Monday, December 23, 2013

Sponsor Review: Teach The Children Change The World Puzzle

 I wrote this post while participating in a campaign by Bayleaf Communications Inc.  and received a gift to thank me for my time. All views and opinions with regard to the products or company itself are my own and were not influenced nor reviewed by the company prior to posting. I am disclosing this according to the FTC guidelines.  

     There are many different types of puzzles you can buy for your kids. Xavier loves puzzles. He has puzzles with wild animals and marine animals and an alphabet puzzle, but I have never seen such a beautifully crafted and designed puzzle such as the Teach The Children Change The World Puzzle.

       We were excited at the chance to review this puzzle because Xavier loves puzzles. The Teach The Children Change The World Puzzle is an alphabet puzzle with twenty-six compelling and vivid portraits of people around the world for each letter. There is a message of Peace, Freedom, Equality and Hope that is mixed into the images to create a beautiful work of art. The Teach The Children Change The World Puzzle is designed to engage, inspire and promote change.

       Teach The Children Change The World Puzzle is a floor puzzle with forty-eight chunky pieces perfect for little hands and has an easy to clean surface. It measures out to be 24 x 36 inches and the box is beautifully designed.

     Xavier found the box and pieces extremely intriguing and wanted to get to work on it straight away. Of course Nick and I had to help him but he was able to do a lot of it himself. It did end up being a beautiful work of art once we completed it which only took about fifteen minutes. However, Xavier loved it so much he tore it up and then tried to put it back together again and has been playing with it a lot since then. In fact my only problem with the puzzle is that the pieces are a little light to be a floor puzzle when you put them on carpet they bulge which makes it harder to stay together. However, it is rated for three years old and older so they probably will not have as many issues with the bulging as we did. Although it would be better to do on a hard wood floor or work surface.

      If you or someone in your family is fond of puzzles I highly recommend this puzzle. It easy to put together and yet when you do there is just something that makes you feel wonderful; perhaps it is the inspirational messages or the fact that you just put together a beautiful piece of art.

    If you would like to purchase your own Teach The Children Change the World Puzzle you can buy it on Ebay at this link CLICK HERE for $15.

Or enter for a chance to win a Teach The Children Change The World Puzzle of your own in our giveaway. The giveaway is open to all United States citizens and will end on Monday, December 30, 2013 at 8AM EST.

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