Thursday, September 11, 2008

Rainforest Puzzle from ImagiPlay: A Review

My kids love doing puzzles, and they love to pretend with their toys. I really enjoy watching my children play~ they get so imaginative! That is what I really liked when we got the Rainforest Puzzle Play from Imagiplay! Each puzzle piece is a colorful animal found in a rainforest, and there is clouds, grass, and a branch. My kids like playing with the individual pieces, like having the tiger chase the monkey. They like making the animal sounds as they play with the pieces, too. The puzzle is a bit challenging, so it is good for kids to keep on working on it. It really keeps them busy. Nathaniel has no problems getting the pieces to fit together to make a puzzle, but Caleb is more challenged by it. My husband was picking the pieces up from the table, and it fell out of his hands. It landed on the table and broke into two pieces. That is my only disappointment with this fun puzzle. I would say that it isn't very durable, so have your kids be careful with them. The puzzle pieces are made from rubberwood, an earth friendly hardwood, making it safe for kids to play with. There are 18 pieces to the Imagiplay puzzle. The Rainforest Puzzle from Imagiplay retails for $19.99.
For over a decade, ImagiPLAY has created high-quality educational toys that inspire children's imaginations and the desire to explore. With the abundance of toys available for children today, ImagiPLAY sets itself apart from the rest through its motto: "Toys with Integrity." By producing quality products that connect with nature, have eco-friendly sources, and hold educational value, ImagiPLAY works to benefit the earth we share and the people that inhabit it.


Jennifer said...

I've been eying these for a while and keep hoping I will win one in a giveaway soon. I just can't imagine paying $20 for a puzzle!

Oh, and I'm a Team Mom member too!

Cats said...

Seems to be a pretty interesting and fun puzzle for kids ~ nice review :)

Qtpies7 said...

Thats a bummer that it broke.
I have always wanted to get puzzles like that. We had one for the older kids, but we long got rid of it before the little two came along.
But I agree, $20 for a puzzle is out of my budget!

Motherhood for Dummies said...

oh my gosh! That is sooo cool! if my daughter was old enough for puzzles I would soooo get that.

Millie said...

I have a special needs son and the only thing that get him going is animals and I think he would LOVE THIS.. wow I wish you had one on a giveaway! ;) I guess santa has to get this one then ;)