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Thursday, 10 July 2014

Q Pootle 5 Jigsaw Puzzle Review

Maxwell is now 2 and a half years old and adores watching TV. One of Maxwell's favourite channels is CBeebies and on CBeebies you can expect to see Q Pootle 5. Maxwell loves the programme simply because it is simple for him to follow but he also adores the characters. Maxwell was extremely happy this week when he received a Q Pootle 5 jigsaw to review.


Q Pootle 5 is inspired by the books of Nick Butterworth, Q Pootle 5 follows the adventures of an alien and his friends on the planet Okidoki. The programme is suitable for preschoolers and teaches children about friendship and kindness.
The puzzle we were sent features Q Pootle and 4 of his fun friends travelling in space. The puzzle was quite dark however all the characters were bright and stood out in the picture. The 35 piece jigsaw puzzle is recommended for children aged 3 and above however Maxwell had no trouble completing the puzzle with my help. Thanks to the puzzle using high quality cardboard, the pieces fitted well together and when complete the puzzle shows a good quality, sharp picture. 



The finished 35 piece jigsaw puzzle measures 31 x 22 cm which means the puzzle is a good size. The individual pieces of the puzzle are large enough for a toddler to grip and the pieces are not easy to bend. Maxwell had a lot of fun completing the puzzle and Maxwell has continued to enjoy creating the puzzle over and over again.

Priced at just £5.99 the Q Pootle 5 jigsaw puzzle is available to purchase from Amazon. There are four different jigsaw puzzles to collect in this assortment.

I did not receive any financial reward for writing this review.
However we did receive the product for review purposes. Everything written in this post is my own, honest opinion.
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6 comments

  1. I just love puzzles brings me back round top my childhood .x

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  2. I have a 2.5 year old and she adores doing puzzles, this looks great.

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  3. Jigsaws are great for helping children learn....this one looks good, my children love the show so I think they'd like this too.

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  4. Jigsaws are great and a vey interactive as you can get kids to do puzzles together in a team to learn teamwork.

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  5. We love jigsaws too. Great for the little ones to develop concentration.

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  6. I love doing puzzles with my kids

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