Cobble Hill Puzzles + GIVEAWAY!

Puzzles are not only fun, but they can be educational as well as be great for a child's hand and eye coordination. Cobble Hill has a great line of puzzles for every age. Their puzzles are wonderfully vivid and beautiful and the images are designed by many different artists.

I had the opportunity to try out two of the different puzzle types they sell, a 36 piece Knights and Dragons floor puzzle and 60 piece Kittens with Pumpkins kids puzzle.

I was absolutely blown away by the images on these puzzles. They are very clear and colorful.

Everyone in my family loves puzzles. I remember when I was younger, putting puzzles together with my grandpa every night while we listened to Elvis and drank coffee (he did, I drank hot chocolate or tea). That tradition sort of carried on in that I still stay up late nights, drinking tea or hot chocolate and listening to Elvis while I put puzzles together. My kids also really enjoy doing puzzles.

My son was thrilled about the floor puzzle.

This thing is huge! The pieces are pretty big and great for children with smaller hands. The box says ages 3 and up, but I think with a little help, even a younger kiddo could put it together.

You can see my hand in there for comparison.

I got the Kittens with Pumpkins 60 piece puzzle for my 8 year old daughter. While she's pretty good at helping me with my 1000 piece puzzles, I know that sometimes she can get frustrated with the larger puzzles. This one still seemed a little bit easy for her, but my 3 year old loved it. Age wise, I think it's really going to depend on how advanced your children are at puzzles. The 60 piece puzzle pieces are a good size and are great for children ages 6 and up depending on their skill level.

They also have tray puzzles, family puzzles, and puzzles that come with a blank picture on them that your child can color themselves!

See all of the available Cobble Hill puzzles at

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With Autumn fast approaching, why not stock up on puzzles to keep the kiddos busy on those cold, rainy days?

Enter below to win these two puzzles from Cobble Hill and The Mom Next Door!

Cobble Hill Kids Puzzles

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  1. I love all Fall activities, but if i had to pick one, I would say going to the pumpkin patch.

    1. Oh we love the pumpkin patch as well! I can't resist getting photos of the family amongst all the pumpkins.

  2. My favorite thing to do in the fall is go to Starbucks and get the famous Pumpkin Spice Latte.

  3. I love Halloween. It is my favorite holiday.

  4. My favorite Autumn activity is my birthday party!! :)

  5. Love taking our grandsons to get their pumpkins in October at the Pumpkin Patch

  6. My favorite fall activity is Halloween!

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  7. We like to go apple picking and eating!

  8. I love Fall, I love the changing of the leaves and knowing that Christmas is around the corner :) wahoo!!!

  9. My favorite activity is going to the mountains to see the leaves changing.

  10. I love going to the pumpkin patch with my husband and son, picking out pumpkins, and drinking apple cider! Fall is the best! Thank you so much for the giveaway


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