Today we are sharing a review of the Brainbox Alphabet Jigsaw. I’ll begin by saying we were not sent this item to review, rather it was a puzzle I purchased for my niece Eve and an educational puzzle that I really like and want to share here on The Inspiration Edit.
We really do enjoy Jigsaw Puzzles and I’m excited to share this educational product for the early years stage. If you love puzzles and teaching the alphabet to little ones then why not check out this Summer Alphabet Tracing Booklet too!
Whilst visiting my family in New Zealand I finally got to meet my niece for the first time. Eve had the week off from Kindergarten and stayed at home with me and we had plenty of opportunities to play together and get to know each other. I soon discovered how much my niece enjoys puzzles and games and we played a lot of games during our stay.
The Brainbox Alphabet Jigsaw Puzzle
The Brainbox Alphabet Jigsaw is a 25 piece jigsaw puzzle and is for children aged 3 plus. It’s a great resource for parents and teachers who wish to help their children to learn the letters and sounds of the alphabet.
This jigsaw puzzle is 43cm by 43cm and has an image to represent each letter of the alphabet. On the back of each puzzle piece and is a question pertaining to the letter on the jigsaw piece.
The questions and activities on this alphabet jigsaw enable kids to develop basic literacy skills from learning the letters and sounds of the alphabet to developing fine motor skills when putting the jigsaw together.
The puzzle also encourages social interaction, cognitive thinking and speaking skills as it’s an activity and puzzle that promotes talking, problem solving and discussions.
The Alphabet Puzzle Images
I really like the images on this Brainbox Alphabet Jigsaw. They are bright and bold images and easy to see. I love how the alphabet letters are next to each item and how easy it is to join the different pieces of the jigsaw together.
My niece Eve loves her new Alphabet Jigsaw puzzle and she thinks it is really fun to play with. In fact, whilst I was staying at her house she completed the puzzle over and over again and really did get a lot of enjoyment from it. I will certainly be looking out for more puzzles in future to see what else I can find.
Angela Milnes is a Qualified Early Years Teacher who has specialised in Preschool and Kindergarten teaching. She has a wealth of experience teaching young children and is passionate about kids crafts and having fun as a family. Angela has also taught cooking skills and loves to share both family recipes and easy crafts here on The Inspiration Edit. Follow her on Pinterest!