With more than 1,000 pieces, (1008 to be exact) this is not a puzzle for kids to do on their own. However, it’s a great choice for a family project that can be worked on by everyone day by day. Set up a table where players can stop from time to time to add a few pieces. It becomes a cooperative kind of game with opportunities to show kids some strategies for getting the border together and working on sections by using the clues seen on the box. It’s one of the ways kids can learn that slow and steady wins the race and equally important—that there’s satisfaction in working on a project that is not instantaneous. Tweens & up.
Ages: Tweens, Teens
Oppenheim Toy Portfolio Gold Seal Award 2017
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