Wednesday, 6 June 2012

Ravensburger Puzzle Club: London Children's Map

Last month we were sent the I Love London puzzle to review which the children thought was 'one of their favourite puzzles to date'. Well, Ravensburger have surpassed themselves with this month's offering.

Continuing with the London theme we received the 100 XXL piece London Children's Map.

The image is based upon from Guy Fox's ordnance survey children's map of London with added embellishment. There are famous landmarks aplenty, whimsical drawings of people and a fun little picture of the Queen to spot near to Buckingham Palace.

There are lots to spot and a sheet included inside the box has a few suggestions of what to look out for. This is a fab puzzle, particularly if your child is as interested in London as my eldest two are!

As they were putting the puzzle together Girl and Middle had great fun seeing how many places we'd visited on our trips to London and picking out landmarks and places they want to go to on future trips to the city.

The puzzle is recommended for age 6+ but Middle (5) did most of this without help and with ease.

Each purchase of the London Children's map puzzle supports the Guy Fox History Project Limited which creates activities to empower children to explore the world around them.

Review by Heidi at Him, me & three

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