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My First Bunny Puzzle Ministeps 18-24 Months

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Product Description

These unique, brightly colored puzzles have various textured surfaces to provide tactile and visual stimulus for enhancing the development of small-muscle coordination, vocabulary and speech skills, concentration, hand-eye coordination, and problem solving. There are also fun surprises to be discovered, like a hidden squeaker or rattle. Pieces are secured with satin ribbons so they wont get lost. Puzzle Size 8 1/4 x 8 1/4

Product Information

Product Dimensions 8.1 x 8.1 x 0.2 inches
Item Weight 4 ounces
Shipping Weight 4 ounces
ASIN B000I67PHM
Manufacturer recommended age 24 months and up
Best Sellers Rank #725,504 in Toys & Games (See Top 100 in Toys & Games)
#19,075 in Toys & Games > Puzzles > Jigsaw Puzzles
#282,247 in Toys & Games > Preschool
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We first got this puzzle for my daughter when she was 13 months old for a road trip we were going on and at almost 19 months old she still likes it. It doesn't hold her attention forever but it can buy 20 minutes or so in the car and it is nice that you never loose the pieces and now that she is older we can talk about the rabbit and vegetables and what it is doing and that helps hold her attention a little longer too. I definitely recommend this as a toy to keep in the car.
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This puzzle is made of cardboard and not very durable. The pieces are hard for a young child to fit into the puzzle spaces. It's also very small. A lot smaller than I was expecting. Maybe I didn't read the description very well but it's the smallest puzzle we own. I am used to nice big wooden puzzles so maybe I'm comparing this to those; however, I would NOT purchase again. I actually recently gave this puzzle away.
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Very expensive for the quality you get.

Not enough pieces to keep the child engaged for too long.

Ribbon fraying and pieces are falling apart. Melissa&Doug peg puzzles were so much more entertaining, sturdier, and worth the price.
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I bought this for a plane ride to occupy my 15 month old daughter. Since the pieces can't be lost, it served its purpose and worked well for travel. Unfortunately, it didn't hold her interest and looks a bit cheap. The concept is great, but think the coloring and material used for the front could be improved.
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Daughter loves it. Great for travel since pieces are attached by string! Going to look for more to take one plane with us.
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