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My youngest son used to be into jigsaw puzzles when he was a toddler but over the years he lost interest. Ever since the pandemic, though, and because he is studying remotely and has a lot of downtime, he has re-discovered his love and, more importantly, his patience, for spedning hours putting puzzle pieces together. I recently discovered a company called eeBoo that carries over 100 different types of stunning puzzles, as well as other games, toys and crafts. You’re going to love that eeBoo offers fun puzzles and much more to engage your kids.
What I like about eeBoo is that although the puzzles have different artwork by different artists, they all have a similar look to them – they are all filled with uplifting, positive drawings in dazzling, bright colors. I cannot think of a simple eeBoo puzzle that does not have gorgeous artwork that I could easily hang up on one of my walls at home. From a whimsical drawing of Paris, to Jane Austen’s Book Club to the Amazon rainforest and everything in between, eeBoo puzzles’ artwork is filled with intricate details, bright splashes of color and a positive vibe all around.
I received a few sample puzzles to try out at home. The World Map and Geographical Terms puzzles are $16.99 each and are a great way to teach kids about geography and geographical terms that my son may not learn until middle school. They are 100 pieces and they were very doable for a second grader. The Positivity Puzzle ($21.99) was 500 pieces and due to its circular shape was more of a challenge but my son rolled up his sleeves and tackled it like a pro, although it did take him a few days. I was happy to watch him persevere and show everyone how proud he was for doing it on his own (with a little help).
All eeBoo puzzles are sustainably-sourced and 90% recycled.
Purchase the World Map Puzzle.
Purchase the Geographical Terms puzzle.
Purchase the Positivity Puzzle.
I was not compensated for this post. I received samples.
Senior Reviewer Maytal Wichman is a freelance writer and has written for several blogs, including The Huffington Post. She has been living in the New York City area for twenty years and holds a Bachelor’s Degree in English Literature as well as a Law Degree. Maytal is a stay-at-home mom to three kids, ages 14, 12 and 8.