Puzzle Toy Reviews
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from Smart Toys & Games
Kids 4+ can solve 12 challenges by finding the correct magnetic puzzle pieces to complete the picture.
Kids 2+ can put together a seven-piece circular puzzle with illustrations from the Eric Carle book The Very Hungry Caterpillar on one side and a color wheel on the other.
Kids 1+ can create six different puzzles featuring illustrations from the Eric Carle book Brown Bear, Brown Bear, What Do You See?
from Alex Brands
Kids 8+ can practice STEM skills by using this kit's 175 pieces to build and solve 25 challenges.
from Cardinal Games
Doc McStuffins fans 3+ can put together a Doc McStuffins puzzle and then create different play scenes on the puzzle with the included sticker clings of Doc's friends and accessories.
from Cardinal Industries
Doc McStuffins fans 3+ can put together this 24-piece puzzle of Doc, Lambie, Hallie, and Chilly, then take it apart and store all the pieces inside the included lunchbox tin.
from Smart Games
Introduce kids 2+ to logic, problem solving, and spatial dynamics with this cute wooden block game.
The Q-Ba-Maze 2.0 Big Box is kind of like a cube maze because each of the pieces is essentially a maze. The set comes with 72 different small cubes: 18 bottom exit cubes, 36 single exit cubes, and 18…
With the 1,000-piece Augmented Reality Animals of Africa puzzle, kids can put together a beautiful image of an African jungle scene. Then kids can bring the scene to life using augmented reality…
For those who like puzzles, the Impossibles Hook, Line & Sinker puzzle may be just the challenge you've been looking for. These puzzles are called Impossibles because they are nearly impossible…