Polypuzzles are neat little puzzles with paper pieces that form into different shapes. The puzzles range in size from 12 piece puzzles to puzzles with 126 pieces or higher.
Polypuzzle is a wide range of intricately laser-cut puzzles pices, made from high-grade paper in several colors. It’s available in kits designed for novice to advanced users. Kits can be purchased to build a specific project, such as a snowflake, star, owl or penguin, while others provide enough pieces to allow an advanced user to experiment with free-form shapes.
Since I am NOT good at puzzles or creative thinking (I’m really not, you should ask my husband) I got my husband and kids to work on one of these puzzles.
Since my kids are only 5 & 3 and the puzzles are geared for ages 7+, my husband did most of the work while the kids helped punch the pieces out and get them ready to be put together.
There are many different shapes of puzzles and even some animals. The cutest ones are an owl and a penguin!
One thing I found disappointing though, is the instructions of the puzzles. Each puzzle comes with a very brief and not very detailed picture of how to put the puzzle together.
Unless you are an adult that loves the challenge of difficult puzzles, you will need to go to polypuzzle.com and watch a video in order to get more in-depth instructions.
1 lucky Mommy Moment reader will win a $100 gift certificate (in Canadian funds) for a shopping spree to Polypuzzle.
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