Thursday, October 20, 2022

Explore The Forest, By Headu - REVIEW

Nature/ Type:          Puzzle with Magic Torch included 

Rating:                     ⭐️ ⭐️ ⭐️ ⭐️ 

Recommended age:  5 year-old ++ 

Who would love this: Kids that love puzzles + a little spot and find surprise 

I love puzzles that add a little extra and surprises. This “Explore The Forest” puzzle from Headu is exactly that sort of puzzle that makes my heart beats with joy - you assemble, discover, and get excited with the innovative design! 

Why I love ❤️ this puzzle: 

(1) Magic Torch - Like I said, this is more than just an ordinary puzzle! The 70 jigsaw pieces make a scene of colourful forest, jam-packed with flora and fauna, adventurous activities and unexpected items. The most prominent and BEST feature? The magic torch that uncovers the hidden and secretive objects that you can’t see with pure naked eyes! The two kids couldn’t stop shining the torch all over the assembled puzzle, admiring the completed artwork, and watching interesting bugs and invertebrates, random things and objects, appearing under blue light of the included UV torch: We found invisible bats, strange transparent scorpions, colourless trifoliate with three leaflets, hidden magnifying glasses and torch lights scattering all over the stunning forest scene! We felt like a family of spies and serious scientists, uncovering the secrets, mysteries and unknowns! 

(2) Find & Spot - Apart from the “unseeable” / concealed plants and animals and non-living objects, there are plenty more visible things to observe and spot (just like a green jungle version of “Where’s Wally?”). We found vibrantly red tropical hibiscus, rainbow-coloured parrots, cheetahs, thickly furred howler monkeys (or are they gibbons?), treasure maps, gigantic carnivorous plants, dazzling blue morpho butterflies, snapping alligators, a comical-looking nature explorer, compasses, and so many more! 

(3) Observation Pads at 4 Corners - The best thing? You get to tick off your discoveries with an erasable felt pen and 4 observation pads placed on each corner of the puzzle! This is definitely one of our favourite features of this puzzle; the two kids get to work cooperatively to spot and count the listed objects (from frying pans, binoculars, camping lanterns, frogs, to hummingbirds!). 

(4) Carry Case - We love the sturdy carry case and chunky cardboard material. You gotta love it when things are organised, fun, and made with quality in mind! 

Where to buy this: (Website) 

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