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Woodland Puzzle Play Sets, set of 3

866397

3(3)

$19.98

IN STOCK!

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Children can play in all sorts of different ways with these puzzles and play sets in-one. Piece together these wooden puzzles to create three beautifully unique play sets (Flower Home, Tree House, and Watch Tower). Then enjoy hours of imaginative play with the help of many special details, moving pieces, and included characters.

For ages 6 and up.

• Set of three puzzle play sets
• Piece together each puzzle to create a unique play set
• Three styles included—Flower Home, Tree House, and Watch Tower
• Features many special details, moving piece and included characters
• Makes for hours of imaginative fun!

Size
Assembled: approx. 7" x 8"

Cautionary StatementWARNING CHOKING HAZARD (1)
Not for under 3 yrs.



2

Not kid friendly

Reviewed on: 1/16/2015 10:05:00 AM

These sure are cute looking, but not very fun. My husband and I had to work together to put one of them together for our 4 year old. The pieces don't stay in place very well and soon it had fallen apart again. If we try again, I might use glue to keep the pieces in place. I'm not sure whether my daughter will find it fun to play with once it's put together again or not. We haven't had the time/energy to put together the other two structures. Disappointing since it is really cute looking.

4

Great value

Reviewed on: 11/21/2014 1:56:00 PM

These are a great value -- the 3 sets are sturdy, durable, well made and cute. My 6 year old daughter often pulls them out to play fairies with them. I agree with the other reviewer though that basically a parent needs to put it together. And once it's together, you wouldn't really want to take it apart, so you need space to store the 3 scenes. But they really are cute and an amazing value for less than $20!

3

Cute but difficult to assemble

Reviewed on: 1/3/2014 12:58:00 PM

These puzzles are so cute and well made but I had to give it only 3 stars because an adult would need to put it together. The instruction are very detailed but in a format that most kids would really struggle to follow...