My Little World Animals Jigsaw and Sticker Book Review

Disclosure: We were sent the featured products for the purpose of this post however all opinions are my own.

LP has grown out of a lot of her wooden jigsaws and so we are always looking for good quality, older ones for her to move on to. When Little Tiger Kids sent us their My Little World Animals Jigsaw and Sticker Book to review I was impressed straight away!

Review: My Little World Animals Jigsaw and Sticker Book

Not only is the set a 36 piece jigsaw but it also has a sticker book, all contained within a really good quality, hard wearing storage box. The My Little World Animals Jigsaw and Sticker Book would make a great gift and is something any 3+ child would love.

Review: My Little World Animals Jigsaw and Sticker Book

The first thing LP wanted to do was make the jigsaw. We’ve taught LP to make the edge of a jigsaw first and with the My Little World Animals Jigsaw finding the edge pieces are easy – the jigsaw is edged with a black border that has animal pictures and names on. This makes it easier for LP to find the edge but also is a great learning tool,

Review: My Little World Animals Jigsaw and Sticker Book

The pieces of the My Little World Animals Jigsaw are a great size and 36 pieces is about right for LP’s age and attention span. The finished picture is lovely with so many animals to look at, all in their different habitats and a few that LP didn’t know the names of so it has been educational too. Usually after making the jigsaw we’ll ask LP to find different things in the picture or she’ll ask us what things are. It really is a lovely jigsaw with so much more to do than a standard picture jigsaw.

Review: My Little World Animals Jigsaw and Sticker Book

The My Little World Animals Sticker Book was next on the things to do. Each page of the book has a lovely full colour picture and a question – can you find a certain sticker to add or what else lives here for example. Working your way through the questions get all the stickers from the book used on the pages.

Review: My Little World Animals Jigsaw and Sticker Book

The best thing about the My Little World Animals Sticker Book is that the pages are glossy so if a sticker is put in the wrong place it can easily be moved and you can put the book away with the jigsaw and move the stickers around next time you play – so much longer lasting than a standard sticker book.

Review: My Little World Animals Jigsaw and Sticker Book

I love the My Little World Animals Jigsaw and Sticker Book and am already looking at other sets in the range to buy for LP’s birthday. At just £8.99 I think they would make a wonderful gift and are great value.

Review: My Little World Animals Jigsaw and Sticker Book

Disclosure: We were sent the featured products for the purpose of this post however all opinions are my own.

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7 Comments

  1. March 30, 2015 / 12:23 pm

    I agree that this would make a wonderful gift. I don’t know any child who doesn’t enjoy stickers and jigsaws! These ones are lovely.

  2. March 30, 2015 / 12:39 pm

    What a great idea to put a black border around the edge of the jigsaw. We spend so long trying to remind the girls to look for the straight edges, it will be so much easier to say look for the black border!

  3. March 30, 2015 / 9:22 pm

    We have the farm version of this and Rowan loves it. He puts it together relatively unaided now. I agree with Carie about the border – they always forget the straight edge tip!

  4. March 30, 2015 / 9:35 pm

    We’ve got this to review as well. So far, not been taken out of the box. But N ignores my ‘do the edges first’, so hopefully this will sort him out with the border.

    Hands up though – N’s probably the only child who isn’t into sticker books. He doesn’t mind sticking them over himself, but activity books, not so keen on. Damn, as they’re so handy for quiet time!

  5. March 30, 2015 / 11:55 pm

    That jigsaw looks brilliant, and even better it comes in a decent box. The boys used to get given ones that came in boxes that you had to tear to get the pieces out sometimes, and funnily enough the pieces always ended up getting lost!
    I miss these puzzle days they now like 1000 star wars ones where most of the colours are the same, and they ask me to finish it on my own after the first 50 pieces are in.

    Stevie xx

  6. Cat Culmer
    April 1, 2015 / 12:10 am

    This looks lovely and I like the chunky pieces. Eli’s just started showing an interest in books and it’s lovely to see because I was such a bookworm when I was younger.

    Cat x

    P.S I’ve just realised I have the same rug as you 🙂

    • April 1, 2015 / 10:54 am

      We love the rug – Ikea is amazing!! x

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