Saturday, 27 October 2012

Jingle Puzzle Old MacDonald had a farm

Music for kids have launched Jingle puzzles. There is 4 Jingle puzzles available, Old MacDonald had a farm, The Wheels on the bus, Five Little speckled frogs & Twinkle, Twinkle, little Star. We have been sent Old Macdonald Has a Farm to review. It is suitable for ages 3-6 years, in the set you get  a meter long floor puzzle, a sing along CD with a bonus story at the end of the disc, an activity booklet & stickers. 

The floor puzzle is made up using 16 puzzle pieces & measures 100cm x 20cm when complete, the pieces are big enough for small hands & feature musical notes & the image of Old MacDonald on his tractor surrounded by his farm & animals. Little T loves to connect all the pieces together then make up a story about the animals, this is a great opportunity to teach your children about the different types of farm animals & also what noises they make. 
The CD featured songs are:
Old MacDonald had a farm
Goosey Goosey Gander
Baa Baa Black sheep
Good Morning Mrs Hen
Mary Had a Little Lamb
Field Mice
All the Pretty Horses
Hark Hark the Dogs do Bark
Daddy Fox
Old Hogan's Goat
Animal Fair
This Little Pig Went to Market & the story is The Three Little Pigs. 
Little T loved listening to the songs, even the ones he didn't know & also loved listening to the story whilst he coloured in the large image on the activity book, he had his sister to help him colour & they both had enough room to colour without fighting for space. They both enjoyed putting the stickers onto the space provided on the activity book when they had finished each task.

The Jingle Puzzles retail price is £9.99 which I think is a great price, the floor puzzle has been played with many times & all have stayed in great condition & none of the image have started to peel like I have found in the past with other floor puzzles.

We give this a thumbs up

I recieved the Jingle puzzle for the purpose of the review only.

1 comment:

  1. I love these. Seen a few of them on some mummy blogs recently - such a good idea as it appeals to all the senses. The pieces look nice and big too :-)