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Melissa & Doug Fairy Tale Castle 48 pcs Floor Puzzle
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- Illustration of Fairy Tale Castle
- 48 piece floor puzzle
- Helps develop matching skills
- Recommended Age Range 3 Years and up
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Top Customer Reviews
This puzzle is perfect for wee ones who can manipulate floor puzzles and like castles and princesses and the like.
However -- be aware that this is actually a 24-piece puzzle, not a 48-piece puzzle. We have two of these, purchased hundreds of miles apart, and both have 24 pieces, instead of the 48 listed on both boxes.
Only bad thing I can say is that OY, it's a bear to get back in the box if all the pieces aren't just so! Otherwise a great purchase.
I do wish Melissa & Doug had a better policy for lost pieces though. It seems wasteful that you have to toss a puzzle after losing just one piece. I was told that pieces don't always fit 100% which is why they don't supply them, but kids wouldn't care - - they are so bummed they lost a piece to one of their puzzles!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Great quality, sturdy. My son has had it a year and still plays with it.Published 13 months ago by Paula H.
We play with this all the time. It's easy for the 3 year old to learn and my six year old to do on her own. Then they play with their dolls on top of it!Published 16 months ago by Melinda B Fallon
Two-in-one: a puzzle, and castle scene for doll play. After putting the puzzle together, my daughters use this like a flat doll house and parade their dolls around the floor (this... Read morePublished 17 months ago by NJT5
This has gone through 5 grand kids and waiting for the 6th one to get old enough.Published 17 months ago by DEBRA B. BRANDT
Does the basic thing that a puzzle is meant for. But the picture is very dull. Not clear and bright.Published 20 months ago by Frankly Speaking
Granddaughter went through a puzzle phase from about 4 to 6 and she loved this. she is on to other things now but she had great fun with this for two years.Published 22 months ago by P. Mulloy