This Christmas has seen a big rise in sales of Wentworth children’s puzzles. We’re not surprised, they’re traditional, long lasting and great exercise for little minds.
If you’re interested in reading a review of our children’s puzzles, then we recommend this lovely piece by blogger The Oliver’s Mad House:
Our puzzle ‘Jungle Crew’ is tested by (nearly) 3 year old Joshua. You can find the same puzzle by clicking on the link below:
6th December 2013Vevios – good Gift Guide
If you’re considering buying one of our traditional wooden puzzles for your children, grandchildren and young relatives this year, then please do check out this helpful review by blogger Vevios
The puzzle is tested by Grace, whose interest in the world makes her a great reviewer for this puzzle.
If our World Map puzzle is perfect for your junior geographers you can purchase it at the link below:
5th December 2013Win a Photo Puzzle with Globe Trotter
If you would like to win a Wentworth Personal Puzzle, made from your own photograph, then Globe Trotter have the competition for you. Please visit them at the link below to participate:
If you are interested in having a personalised puzzle made you can visit the product on our website:
These puzzles make special, unique gifts that can be treasured for many years.
4th December 2013ET Speaks From Home - World Map Review
This Christmas our children’s jigsaws have been very popular. There’s nothing like a traditional wooden puzzle for a gift they’ll treasure forever. We also try to make our puzzles educational too, for a fun learning experience.
Blogger Eileen and her two children/rigorous puzzle testers , Mr K and Ms C (aged 6 and 4 respectively) have put our World Map Jigsaw to the test. You can read there review here:
If you are interested in the world Map puzzle, you can visit the link below. Eileen completed the 250 piece version, which she felt would be suitable for 7 and above, but we also make a 50 piece version for younger children.
3rd December 2013Jennifer’s Little World Puzzle Review
We’ve had a lot of new customers this Christmas and its lovely when people discover our puzzles. Many first-timers ask “what’s the most popular puzzle size?” and are astounded to discover that it’s our 250 piece maxi puzzle. “That’s not many pieces!” they exclaim “I’m used to 1000 piece puzzles!”
So we explain that we have little tricks to stop people solving our puzzles too easily. Straight bits in the middle, disguised edges and so on. These features make our puzzles much harder than ordinary cardboard ones.
So, you’re new to Wentworth and are still game for a 1000 piece puzzle please check out this excellent review by Jennifer’s Little World, a fantastic blog about parenting, crafting and travel.
If you fancy tacking Jennifer’s puzzle you can purchase it at the link below: