Friday, January 10, 2014

GIVEAWAY and Review: GeoPuzzle World

Disclosure: I got this product as part of an advertorial.


My son was so excited when I told him I had something he was going to help me review and it was a puzzle. My 4 year old loves puzzles! We review the GeoPuzzle World from GEOToys. The puzzles if for ages 4+ and while he is a newer 4 he needed a little help it, but I think he will be doing it by himself easily before he turns 5, but I like I said he loves puzzles and had incredible tenacity when it comes to putting them together. This puzzle is 68 pieces.



As you can see from the back of the puzzle box, there is a variety of different geography puzzles they offer, including the World puzzle we received. Other geographic area puzzles they have include, but not limited to, Latin America, Asia, Africa and Middle East, Europe, U.S. and Canada and more.

But it's not just puzzles they have to teach children about geography; they also have a variety of board games, card games, globes, blocks, marbles, colorable backpacks and much more!


Many of the pieces are cut in the shape of the country or a group of countries, as you can see from the picture of the United States of American puzzle piece below.

It was quite a good lesson for me as well to learn geography. I used to be much better at geography when I was in school, but that has been quite a while already and some names and geographic regions have changed since I had learned about them, but here were other areas I was just not as proficient in.Through continued use of putting together this puzzle with my son I am sure to get better, as is he.


Look how proud he is of the puzzle we put together. Because of the geography knowledge piece it was probably the most difficult puzzle we have put together but from increased practice and familiarity with geography, it will soon be a piece of cake.


You can buy this puzzle and more from their website, or it is also available from Amazon along with many other GEOToys products. It is actually $1 cheaper (at the time of this post) and free Prime Shipping from Amazon.



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27 comments:

bettycd said...

I like the GeoBingo USA game

miranda papandreou said...

the hugg-a-planet is too cute :)

miranda papandreou said...

the hugg-a-planet is too cute :)

Jayne Townsley said...

When I was young, one of my favorite things to do was look at the flags from all the different countries in our encyclopedia. I think I've just dated myself!

Geography is a fun subject.

Jenna MOMenvy said...

The inflatable globes are great! The kids would love them!

Cindy Batchelor said...

This looks like such a great puzzle! Thank you so much for the fun giveaway!

Krystal Butherus said...

Very cute! I like the inflatable globes as well.

Melissa said...

My kids would love the inflatable globes. Especially the 36" clear one!

Jamie Tomkins said...

I love the Wordinoes - those look like fun!!

Dana said...

My son would love the blow-up globe!

dlhaley said...

I like the inflatable globes for my grandkids.

Lisa Graham said...

I'd love to play the GEO Cards U.S.A. games. It would be great for my son.

Dianna said...

boy that tough-- Jesse likes that huge globe and the USA cards

Danielle Porter said...


Hugg-a-Planet is cool! Can't start too young! :-)

tina bob said...

I like The geo bingo world

April Yedinak said...

I would like the Around the World Game.

Elizabeth Harrison said...

The Wordinoes :)

judy mitchell said...

around the world game

bloomerbear said...

36" Clear Inflatable Globe is what I like

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thank you

Julie said...

Flag Frenzy card game

Darlene said...

I also like the GEO DICE

Diana said...

The inflatable globe looks great
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Amber L. said...

I would love to also have the Hugg-a-Planet and the GEO Puzzle U.S. and Canada

Teresa said...

There were so many cool things! The first thing I would buy is the 500 PC Illustrated Solar System Puzzle.
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Birdie Skolfield said...

I love to have the GEO DICE game the kids would love it

Colleen Maurina said...

I would also love to have their
GEO Puzzle U.S. and Canada.

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shirley said...

I like the Hugg-a-Planet too.