Little Feminist Puzzle - 500 Pieces
Do not underestimate this puzzle. It may contain sweet colourful images of important women, but there is power and determination in every piece!
Put together the 500 pieces to show portraits of 16 phenomenal females who have made an important impact on the world. From Cleopatra to Indira Ghandi, each has left the human race a better place, in their own novel way.
Illustrations by Lydia Ortiz.
This puzzle is a fun and friendly way to introduce children to these important people in history. As you complete it you can talk about Rosa Parks and the power of sticking to your principles and refusing to budge. Discuss the importance of following a dream as you put together Amelia Earhart. A lovely indoor pursuit with lots of potential to educate.
Completed puzzle measures 20 x 20 "
Recommended for children aged 8 years +
Includes Leaders: Cleopatra, Queen Elizabeth I, Indira Gandhi and Hillary Clinton - Includes Activists: Harriet Tubman, Rosa Parks, Gloria Steinem and Malala Yousafza - Includes Pioneers: Marie Curie, Sally Ride, Amelia Earhart and Billie Jean King.
Completed puzzle: 20 x 20 "
Warning: not suitable for children under 3 years of age (due to small parts).
Puzzle greyboard contains 90% recycled paper. Packaging contains 70% recycled paper. Printed with non toxic paints.
Why they'll love itThis puzzle provided 4 hours of entertainment for my 9 year old and 11 year old. An interesting puzzle is a great indoor pursuit that can encourage teamwork and good communication between siblings. This particular one was a healthy challenge - the simple illustrations and variety of colours used stopped this jigsaw from becoming arduous.
There is a wonderful sense of satisfaction in completing a jigsaw.
Puzzles are a great unplugged way of keeping curious minds and little fingers entertained.
Why you'll love itCan help build patience. Helps children develop their observational skills and appreciate slower activities.
This particular puzzle is great for familiarising children with important historical figures.
Great for problem solving, improving shape recognition and honing motor skills.
Sturdy storage box.
A gloriously slow pursuit. You really can't beat a puzzle.