Review ~ Uncle Milton Nat Geo Toys and Games

Week 3: Nat Geo Wild Puzzles

August 16, 2012

Over the last two weeks I've reviewed some of the Uncle Milton National Geographic Outdoor Explorer Toys. {CLICK HERE for the daytime explorer toys review, and CLICK HERE for the nighttime explorer toys review.} This week I'll be dishing about Nat Geo Wild Puzzles, which are also brought to you by Uncle Milton/National Geographic.

Puzzles! Yay! Something that both my brainiac/logical, older (6 years) Macaroni and my spatial/free-form, younger (4 years) Macaroni have fun working on. And the Nat Geo Wild puzzles are so inviting, featuring photos like you'd expect from National Geographic.

First, we checked out the African Elephant Floor Puzzle. It measures 2 ft x 3 ft, and has 46 large, sturdy pieces. The unique and cool thing about this puzzle is that it has curved edges instead of a rectangular shape. This will keep things interesting for older kiddos, while not being too difficult for the younger set.

We are currently working on the Shark Reef Foil Puzzle. The foil finish on this one is really cool for an underwater scene. The puzzle has over 150 pieces, and measures 11 in. x 14 in. This is a good one to leave out and work on a little at a time, especially for my easily-distracted boys. 

Other available puzzles include the Zebra Foil PuzzlePride of Lions Panorama PuzzleSquirrel Monkey Floor PuzzlePenguins Puzzle, and more.

Check back next week for my Uncle Milton National Geographic GAMES review!

Uncle Milton is a Macaroni Kid sponsor. Even so, the opinions in this review are my own.