Toy Review: Thomas and Friends Shaped Christmas Puzzle

My youngest daughter, aged 5, loves jigsaw puzzles. She was incredibly excited to receive the Ravensburger Thomas and Friends shaped Christmas puzzle to review at home. This 32-piece giant shaped floor puzzle is perfect for small hands, and a great little family activity for a cosy weekend at home. It comes with a Thomas and Friends Christmas themed door hanger as well, and I had a hard job trying to persuade my daughter that she would have to wait until December before she could display this on her bedroom door. My little darling!


I think the Ravensburger Thomas and Friends shaped Christmas jigsaw puzzle offers great value for money, generally retailing at £9.99. It makes a fabulous stocking filler, perhaps a nice little family gift for Christmas Eve, or is perfect for a festive birthday. My husband certainly enjoyed himself, helping our daughter to complete the puzzle, not that she needed any help. They spent a nice little half-hour together, and then enjoyed their finished creation for a while afterwards.

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The Ravensburger Thomas and Friends shaped Christmas floor puzzle provides the usual high quality that we would expect from a heritage brand. The puzzle pieces are bright and colourful, with a smooth, glossy finish. There are no rough edges, the pieces fit together very snugly, and we found it easy to assemble on our slightly uneven carpet on the floor. It has a nice, unusual shape, and my daughter was very happy. In fact, she had to remake the jigsaw puzzle again before we persuaded her to pack it away and save it for Christmas, or as close as she can wait. Ho ho ho!

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