FARMYARD FRIENDS | RAVENSBURGER PUZZLE REVIEW

Nila is now 20 months and we are currently learning all the different animals and the sounds they make . I love anything that we can include in learning and puzzles are a great addition to this .


We were recently sent the Ravensburger farmyard friends puzzle to test out and I knew straight away Nila would absolutely love it :)

Puzzles  are also perfect for little ones to help with their fine motor skills and hand eye coordination  . We love puzzles as whole family so this set will be a lovely addition to our eve growing collection.

The set contains 9 x 2pc puzzles and is from the my first puzzle range. The animals in this set are all ones we have been learning - pig, duck cow, cat and dogs, all the first and could main animals you come across.



The puzzles are made from super thick , double laminated card , which is perfect if you have a Teether on your hand and fancies chewing a piece to soothe the peggies :) . I love that the pieces are very breasy fit and bold which captured Nila’s attention too.

What i thought was really cool about  this puzzle set and you could even include it as an extra game is  that you can  use the 2 piece set on its own or use it with the frame. The frames have little symbols on them that actually match their puzzle set as well.




For example- the cow frame has a bell around it , and the cat frame has a ball of wool around it . So you could learn about what types of objects or things correspond with the animal , so the puzzle in fact grows with your child. 

The puzzle is from age 18months, which I think is the ideal age and retails at £9.99 and can be purchased at places like Amazon :) 

-We were sent this product in exchange for an honest review 


5 comments

  1. I could do with a set like this for my youngest (her older brother chewed the life out of his 2 piece jigsaws when he was teething)

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  2. That's a really cute first puzzle. I like how bright the colours are.

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  3. We used to have a few of these puzzles when my 3 were little, they loves sitting and piecing them together. Looks like Nila is really enjoying it.

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  4. These look like a great way to be introduced to puzzles and figure out what to do.

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  5. These sets are great 👍 we have a few

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