Ravensburger Jolly Dinosaurs My First Jigsaw Puzzles (2, 3, 4 and 5 Piece) Educational Toys for Toddlers Age 18 Months and Up

£8.46

  • Four bright and colourful puzzles specially designed for children. The image features four jolly dinosaur designs including Steggie, Terry, Trex and Tricia shown within brightly coloured background scenes. A lovely Dinosaur Toy
  • Bestselling puzzle brand worldwide - With over 1 billion puzzles sold, our children’s jigsaw puzzles make ideal gifts for boys and great gifts for girls.
  • Our My First kids puzzles in 2,3,4 and 5 pieces are crafted with premium quality and measure 16.5 x 11.5cm when complete. Great puzzles for Children 18 Months old and up.
  • Perfect toys for your child – Puzzles for toddlers and kids of every age help support a child’s development as they play, building skills such as concentration and creativity.
  • Positively Puzzling - From fun family times together to long term health benefits and day-to-day mindful moments, there are so many positives about the humble Jigsaw! They make a great birthday gift or smashing Christmas gift

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From the manufacturer

My First Puzzles by Ravensburger

18 Months

11.5 x 16.5 cm

Piece Count

Concentration Skills

High Quality

Great Value Puzzles

Ravensburger

Ravensburger Puzzles for Children

For more than 100 years, Ravens­burg­er have been devel­op­ing puz­zles just how chil­dren love them: age-appro­pri­ate in motif, num­ber of pieces and size. Excel­lent build qual­i­ty with mate­ri­als sourced from sus­tain­able forests. Edu­ca­tion­al and fun to learn.

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Additional information

Weight 320 kg
Dimensions 23.7 × 20.3 × 4.9 cm
Product Dimensions

23.7 x 20.3 x 4.9 cm; 320 Grams

Item model number

7289

Language

English Italian French Spanish German

Number of Game Players

1

Number of pieces

14

Assembly Required

No

Batteries Required

No

Batteries included

No

Material Types

Cardboard

Remote Control Included

No

ASIN

B0006NM95A

Date First Available

1 Jan. 2002

Manufacturer

18 months and up

Reviews

  1. Audrey Haylins

    Stur­dy and appeal­ing puz­zle set to suit grow­ing abil­i­ty lev­elsAs stat­ed on the box, this is the per­fect intro­duc­tion to puz­zles for small chil­dren who are start­ing to devel­op the fine motor skills need­ed to fit the pieces togeth­er. There are 4 lit­tle puz­zles, each increas­ing­ly more dif­fi­cult, start­ing with 2 pieces, then 3, 4 and final­ly 5. The pic­tures are nice and colour­ful and each vehi­cle eas­i­ly iden­ti­fi­able. The board used is nice and thick, and the pieces are a good size for small hands. In the begin­ning, I sep­a­rat­ed the pieces and gave my grand­son one puz­zle at a time, oth­er­wise he’d be faced with 14 ran­dom pieces and the chal­lenge of fig­ur­ing out how to make 4 pic­tures out of them. He’s a smart kid, but that was just a step too far for a 2 year-old! We’ve got extra mileage out of the pack by num­ber­ing the reverse of each puz­zle (see pic­ture) so that now, at the age of 3, he can sort out the pieces on his own. This is an extra chal­lenge that he loves, and he right­ly demands a round of applause every time he suc­cess­ful­ly com­pletes all 4 puzzles!Thanks for read­ing my review. I hope you found it help­ful. Check out my pro­file page for more reviews of tod­dler books, puz­zles and edu­ca­tion­al toys and games.

  2. Audrey Haylins

    A per­fect­ly pitched chal­lenge for lit­tle hands and mindsAs it says on the box, this pack is a nice intro­duc­tion to puz­zles for chil­dren of 18+ months, who are devel­op­ing the fine motor skills need­ed to put the pieces togeth­er. There are 4 small puz­zles, increas­ing in dif­fi­cul­ty from 2 pieces, to 3, then 4 and final­ly 5. The board used is good and thick and the pieces a nice size for small hands to manip­u­late. The pic­tures are colour­ful and attrac­tive and each ani­mal is eas­i­ly identifiable.I start­ed off sep­a­rat­ing each puz­zle and giv­ing my grand­son one at a time, oth­er­wise he’d be faced with 14 ran­dom pieces and the chal­lenge of mak­ing 4 ani­mals out of them. He’s a smart kid, but we found that a step too far for a barely‑2 year-old! We got extra mileage out of it by num­ber­ing the reverse of each puz­zle (see pho­to) so that he could even­tu­al­ly sort the pieces him­self, which turned into part of the game. He’s now almost 3 and has mas­tered all four puz­zles with­out need­ing to look on the back, so we’ve had a good 12 months fun for a very rea­son­able price.There are sev­er­al sets in this series, and we end­ed up buy­ing them all. High­ly recommend.Thanks for read­ing my review. I hope you found it help­ful. Check out my Ama­zon pro­file page for more reviews of tod­dlers’ books, puz­zles and edu­ca­tion­al toys and games.

  3. Mark

    Per­fect Chal­lenge for our 18 month oldHap­py with this pur­chase! We bought this puz­zle box for our 18 month old. The puz­zles are nice and chunky for small fin­gers to han­dle. They can be eas­i­ly pulled apart and can’t be wrong­ly put togeth­er. It has one x 2 piece puz­zle, one x 3 piece puz­zle, one x 4 piece puz­zle and one x 5 piece puz­zle — as shown in the pho­tos I’ve attached. We bought this one and anoth­er from the same brand and shop (‘on the farm’ and ‘on safari’) so that our lit­tle one would have two of each piece puz­zle. He had got­ten quite good at 2 piece puz­zles so this was the per­fect step up from those — the illus­tra­tions are still quite sim­ple for him. He still can’t work out the 4 piece puz­zles so it’s the per­fect chal­lenge to help him develop.

  4. Audrey Haylins

    Great fun for dinosaur-crazy kidsAs it says on the box, this pack is a nice intro­duc­tion to puz­zles for chil­dren of 18 months +, who are devel­op­ing the fine motor skills need­ed to fit the pieces togeth­er. There are 4 small puz­zles, each one increas­ing­ly more dif­fi­cult, mov­ing from 2 pieces, to 3, then 4 and final­ly 5. The board used is good and thick and the pieces a nice size for small hands to manip­u­late. The pic­tures are colour­ful and attrac­tive and each dinosaur eas­i­ly iden­ti­fi­able. In the begin­ning, though, I found it best to sep­a­rate each lit­tle puz­zle and give my grand­son just one at a time, oth­er­wise he’d be faced with 14 ran­dom pieces and the chal­lenge of mak­ing 4 dinosaurs out of them. He’s a smart kid, but we found that just a step too far for a bare­ly 2 year-old! He’s now almost 3 and dinosaur crazy, so this has turned into one of his favourite toys. We’ve got extra mileage out of it by num­ber­ing the reverse of each puz­zle (see pho­to) so that he can sort the pieces him­self, which has turned into part of the game. Great fun for him to do and us to watch and applaud!Thanks for read­ing my review. I hope you found it help­ful. Check out my pro­file page for more reviews of tod­dler books, puz­zles and edu­ca­tion­al toys and games.

  5. Emi­ly

    Excel­lent Qual­i­tyMy two year old loves jig­saws and these were a good step up from the two piece puz­zles he’s done before. The qual­i­ty is real­ly good. I like how the eas­i­er two piece puz­zles are trick­i­er to put togeth­er as there are two sep­a­rate inter­lock­ing bits to join (which stops him get­ting bored).

  6. Mark

    Per­fect Chal­lenge for our 18 month old.Good prod­uct! Our 18 month old need­ed some new puz­zles to chal­lenge him. He had some two piece puz­zles and could do them quite eas­i­ly, so this box is the per­fect next step to chal­lenge him. It has one x 2 piece, one x 3 piece, one x 4 piece and one x 5 piece puz­zle — as shown in the pho­tos I’ve attached. They are nice and chunky — easy for small fin­gers to pick up, easy for them to take apart and can’t be wrong­ly put togeth­er. The illus­tra­tions are sim­ple enough for a small child. We bought this one and one oth­er from this shop/brand (‘on safari’ and ‘on the farm’) so that we would have more than one 2, 3, 4 and 5 piece puz­zles for our boy to work on! He can’t fig­ure out the 4 piece puz­zle yet so it’s def­i­nite­ly a good chal­lenge for him and will help him learn.

  7. VJ

    2y old absolute­ly loves itOur son spends at least 30 min­utes play­ing with this each day. We qui­et like the vary­ing degree of com­plex­i­ty with one puz­zle being just to join 2 pieces (2 halves) and one hav­ing 4 pieces.Size is small­er than I expect­ed but enough to feel hand­ful for a 2y old.For the price it’s a great addi­tion to kids toys at our place.

  8. Madali­na Balog

    Not that niceA big box with small puz­zles in it.Such a dis­ap­point­ment when we opened the box seing 4 small puz­zles run­ning loose in a big box . At least they could have made it the same size as the box . Not fun .My daugh­ter is a big fan of puz­zles , main­ly wood­en ones but i thought we should try this one too. Unfor­tu­nate­ly she did­n’t enjoy them much . 1 minute of check­ing her new toy , next minute aban­doned it.Waste of money.

  9. sa276

    Large pieces, easy to han­dle but expect rec­tan­gles not squares!The pic­tures are bright, bold and of good qual­i­ty. My three year old is able to do all four of these her­self and sees it as a light chal­lenge with all the pieces mixed togeth­er — she enjoys the dinosaur theme. The box says it is rec­om­mend­ed for 18 months — I reck­on an 18 month old could prob­a­bly do the 2 piece and so you can add the oth­ers as they get old­er. When made, each puz­zle is about the size of an adult man’s hand, what­ev­er that is (sor­ry I can’t find my ruler)!I was slight­ly dis­ap­point­ed with the shape of the pieces — they’re all rec­tan­gu­lar (you can see in the pho­to) rather than clas­sic squares or a mix of odd shapes. The kid does­n’t seem much both­ered by it though so I sup­pose that’s just me han­ker­ing for the jig­saw puz­zles from my childhood!Are the pieces ‘chunky’? Well, they’re not the thin pieces you get in adult puz­zles, they are thick­er but call­ing them chunky gives the impres­sion of, well, I sup­pose thick wood­en pieces — which they are not. They are a good enough thick­ness to make pick­ing them off the table quite easy.We have puz­zles from ELC and I think they are of bet­ter qual­i­ty, but then they don’t have any with cool DINOSAURS!

  10. Mama

    Ravens­burg­er 7302 My First Puz­zle On the Farm Jig­saw Puz­zles — 2, 3, 4 and 5 PiecesMy lit­tle girl loves these puz­zles. Big and easy for her lit­tle hands to grip and con­trol. I love the qual­i­ty and dura­bil­i­ty of the hard board so they don’t eas­i­ly bend and dam­age through­out the many times she puts them togeth­er and takes them apart. Plus they are so easy to find. Real­ly rec­om­mend this, it’s a bril­liant activ­i­ty to help my lit­tle one stim­u­late her brain, it keeps her occu­pied. She nev­er gets tired putting it togeth­er… for now 😀

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