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Ravensburger Beauty And The Beast Glitter Puzzle

Ravensburger Beauty And The Beast Glitter Puzzle

Today Sylvia got a wonderful new Jigsaw Puzzle in the mail from Ravensburger. In fact she was sent the Beauty And The Beast Glitter Puzzle and was really super excited to test it out.

Ravensburger Beauty And The Beast Glitter Puzzle

Sylvia’s new puzzle is for children aged 6 plus and has 100 extra large pieces. This Ravensburger puzzle is really lovely. It has a great picture and what makes it even more special is the fact the pieces are covered in glitter.

Ravensburger Beauty And The Beast Glitter Puzzle

Sylvia is currently really into Moana and Belle from Beauty And The Beast. I think with the new movie that recently came out, Beauty and the Beast has become quite popular in our home.

Ravensburger Beauty And The Beast Glitter Puzzle

The Jigsaw puzzle was quite challenging for Sylvia. It was not an easy task but at the right level to engage her interest and challenge her to complete a new task.

Ravensburger Beauty And The Beast Glitter Puzzle

Jigsaw puzzles are a great way to get kids learning and practicing cognitive and problem solving skills. Sylvia did need a little help from me and I suggested she find the corners first and the outline pieces. This made it a little easier.

Ravensburger Beauty And The Beast Glitter Puzzle

it took about 30 minutes for my daughter to complete the puzzle. I love activities which are not screen based. This was fun and kept Sylvia entertained and happy and she didn’t need to go on a computer or watch TV. I think it’s important to balance tv and computer time with other activities in the home.

Ravensburger Beauty And The Beast Glitter Puzzle

The Ravensburger Beauty And The Beast Glitter Puzzle is certainly a boredom buster and will be great for us during the school break. Sylvia enjoyed this puzzle and we look forward to testing out another in a few days.

Ravensburger Beauty And The Beast Glitter Puzzle

*This product was sent for the purpose of review. All opinions are honest and my own.

Angela x

30 Comments

  1. Looks like a great time with your daughter! I used to love puzzles when I was younger! Wish I had the space to have a 1000 piece one set up for days now that I’m an adult! I think I’d still enjoy it!!

  2. I loved puzzles as a child. Well, I still love puzzles, just bigger ones. This could be a great gift for a child.

  3. I was never a huge puzzle person, but my Grandma was. My little Harper got into doing puzzles with my Grandma and they continued doing them together even when she went to the nursing home. After she passed one of the things we did to both cope and stay connected to her was to get Harper puzzles and do them often, now it is a part of our family tradition. Harper would love this puzzle, I’ll have to snag it for her, and soon!

    1. Oh thanks for sharing your experience. I remember working on a 1000 piece puzzle with my dad as a child and it has happy memories.

  4. I love the idea of puzzles for children. I feel its such a lost item given we are in the age of advanced technology. I’ll have to keep this in mind if I find myself ever babysitting! Thank you.

  5. I love jigsaw puzzles, and they are a great family activity, as well.

    Just curious, how did the glitter hold up? Was Sylvia covered in it afterwards?

    1. Yes, they are good. The glitter was fine and no it did not go anywhere. It is on the puzzle but did not come off the puzzle. Not one bit!

  6. It does look like a beautiful puzzle that my daughter would love. My daughter is a little older so we do the 500 piece ones now. But when you get there I recommend the Thomas Kinkade Disney ones as they are beautiful and fun to do.

  7. Sounds awesome. I love puzzles, it helps develop your child’s analytical skills. It’s really fun as well, especially if you’re building a puzzle of your favorite picture or painting.

  8. I am trying to get my toddler interested in puzzles. He tries but just doesn’t quite understand just yet. I give it by his 2nd birthday he will have fun doing them. I really need to teach him patience as if he doesnt get it first try he gets mad. This puzzle looks really pretty and great gift for my twin baby cousins.

    1. I think it’s a good thing. We started off with giant puzzles when Sylvia was little and they did not take very long to put together. They have got smaller over time and the pieces increased.

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