The girls have been looking forward to watching the new Trolls movie for ages. We are planning to go as a half term treat. I thought they would love to make this lovely Trolls puzzle from Ravensbuger.
The puzzle is suitable for children age 6+ and has 100 large pieces. My daughter who is 6 could complete it with a little bit of help. It took about twenty minutes which is the perfect amount of time for children this age.
Although there are a lot of pieces, they are large which makes it easy to follow the pattern. There is also a clear version of the picture on the box to follow.
The picture is really funny. The girls enjoyed finding each of the trolls and putting them together and thought the finished design was really cute.
Puzzles are brilliant for working on fine motor skills and are a lovely way to spend a rainy afternoon.
This Trolls puzzle costs around £10 and would be a great gift for a birthday or for Christmas. It comes in a large box so will look brilliant wrapped up.
Disclaimer: We were sent the puzzle for the purposes of this review.
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