Rex London | Anatomical Skeleton Puzzle in a Tube | Review
Disclosure - we were given this anatomical skeleton puzzle free of charge in exchange for a review. All opinions are honest and our own.
I've been trying to encourage the children to watch less TV lately and play more games. Little Boy has relished getting all the puzzles out in the playroom and has spent hours putting them together which has been a joy to watch!
I felt a little sad though that all the puzzles in our house are for younger children so when we received this Rex London Anatomical Skeleton Puzzle my eldest (12) was delighted that she had a puzzle to do for once! I think puzzles are a great activity for the brain and really get your mind working. They are also quite relaxing and a great way to spend a rainy day indoors chilling out that doesn’t involve screen time.
The puzzle comes in a hard cardboard tube and includes a sheet of the finished puzzle that you can copy as you are putting it together. It was the perfect subject matter for my eldest as she wants to be a doctor so she enjoyed learning all the anatomical information too. The cardboard tube is great for storage as it doesn’t take up too much space and is less likely to get bashed about than a box with corners.
The puzzle and it’s box are really nice quality and would make a perfect gift. It's got a great price point at £8.95 too. E loved putting this together although she had to task for help at the very end due to the border pieces being quite difficult to fit together as the border pieces all look very similar.
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