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DD was bought a wooden In The Night Garden puzzle. she loves it, but struggles with the more thin type puzzles. Would love to get some more wooden ones, but cant find any in the shops-any suggestions?
ELC normally have someCharity shops often do -all ours are bargain finds
elc do a really lovely one that my dd loveswww.elc.co.uk/toy/my-first-liftout-puzzle/
traidcraft make some lovely dinosaurs - I have seen them in a couple of places. They are £8 for four.
marks and spencers do the best puzzles. We had the same problem and even their "non-wooden" puzzles are excellent - really thick and easy to manage.
another vote for m&s
I know they aren't wooden, but some of our most loved ones were these type
Not quite the same as jigsaws, but I adore the wooden puzzles from Myriad. Not cheap, though.
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DD loves those Flame!
Another M&S jigsaw fan here too but also Asda do some good ones. We've had wooden lift out ones and also have some simple 6 & 9 piece ones. Often get several in one box, which works out value for money. Think their brand is "Play and Learn"
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