150 pc Puzzle
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Ravensburger has the perfect puzzle for your child!
Ravensburger has something for every young puzzler with a wide range of characters, images, and designs to choose from. Assemble 150 pieces to reveal elephants lumbering through a safari oasis. With strategically chosen images and sturdy pieces designed to challenge puzzlers ages six and up; Ravensburger’s 150-piece puzzles are a great way to sneak some unplugged play into your child’s day.
Puzzling is the perfect way to spend time together, building relationships and making memories that last a lifetime. Puzzling also develops fine-motor skills, hand-eye coordination, memory, focus, and concentration skills. Puzzles build confidence one piece at a time.
Ravensburger puzzles are designed to be a positive experience. Following with tradition, our puzzle dies are completely hand made from the grid design to the bending and forming of our steel tools; creating a perfect interlocking fit with no tearing or dust. No two pieces are ever the same shape! Extra-thick cardboard pieces mean your puzzle will last for years and our fine, linen-structured paper eliminates glare so you can really see the details. Ravensburger, bringing families together since 1891.
Find pieces, join them together and enjoy the steadily growing image – doing jigsaw puzzles means one little success story after the next. That’s why children love to join together puzzle pieces from their favourite images again and again. But puzzles offer more than fun: if the correct level of difficulty is selected, children of any age can grow with the challenges, increase their patience and strengthen their self-confidence. In the large selection of Ravensburger children’s puzzles with the most popular images, from 2 pieces to 300 pieces, there is guaranteed to be the right one for every child. Selecting the images and the high quality of our children’s puzzles are extremely important to us. Therefore, the safety of all materials is confirmed by an independent institute. For more than 100 years, we have been developing puzzles that children love: with age-appropriate images, complexity and size.