A wonderful way for families to share time together is to put together a puzzle. It is no surprise that Find It has broadened its game line to horizontal play after years of success with its vertical adventures. The new puzzle series, Pieces of History, targets a significant event familiar to both children and adults. Once the puzzles are put together there is an instant history lesson for children and adults as they read the parchment-like list of hidden items. Jasmine really like her Find It Games Parade of Animals board game.
I was sent this Parade of Animals 300-piece puzzle $13.00 Ages 8+. I enjoy putting puzzles together, it’s the challenge I enjoy. I put this particular puzzle together in less than a day. My daughter is 4-years old and she enjoyed seeing the animals come together.
Before Noah gathered the animals there was a world of creature to behold. In this beautiful artwork commissioned from painter Rachel Land is a vivid image of animals from across the globe — from pandas to koalas. Throughout the 300-piece puzzle are icons hidden within the scenery. Can you find Gold Dust Day Gecko or Fox or Salmon? The beautifully detailed key of animals explains the significance of each found object. Once play is done, consider framing this handsome piece of art.
The puzzle pieces were perfectly cut and well made, not flimsy or cheap. Any of the puzzles at Find It would make excellent gifts and are perfect for homeschooling families. Finished puzzle measures 20.75″ x 15″. I like how the border of the puzzle is the animals that you’re suppose to find within the puzzle.
While I was busy putting together the puzzle my daughter enjoyed looking at the inclosed booklet. She enjoys learning about animals and this was a neat way for her to learn. I do plan on gluing this puzzle together and framing it for J to hang up in her room.
You can buy this puzzle directly from FindItGames.com.
I was sent a puzzle free of cost for conducting an honest and fair review. I was not financially compensated in any way for a positive review.