Rubik's Junior Review And Giveaway!

Monday, 9 October 2017

Rubik's Junior Review And Giveaway!

There are 2 main regrets that I have over my childhood. Firstly, I never managed to get a Blue Peter badge and secondly I never completed my Rubik's cube. I even bought a book to tell me how too! Imagine my delight when I was sent Rubik's junior puzzles for the boys to review.

Rubik's Junior Puzzles

They come in 4 cute designs: bear, puppy, bunny and kitten. They are each split into 6 pieces that can be mixed up. The puzzles are aimed at ages 4+.  At aged 41 I am pleased to say I can actually complete these. Hurrah! My 9 year old is also able to with reasonable ease.

Apologies for a slightly blurry picture but big man was keen to solve the puzzle as soon as he could!
Both middle and little man (aged 7 and 5 respectively) have found them more challenging but not impossible. Middle man was over the moon when he showed me his completed bear.....

He decided he would try the puppy when I pointed out his body was upside down.

I really like these puzzles. Their design is appealing to younger children and they are easy enough to move around and complete that they won't be put off. With a RRP of £9.99 they make a nice little gift or stocking filler. For more information on stockists and other games from Rubik's you can view the John Adams Website.

I am also excited to be able to offer my readers the chance to win a Rubik's junior puzzle of their own. Just complete the Gleam entry below. Good Luck!

rubiks junior puzzles

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Val said...

These look Brilliant! I never mastered the art of solving the puzzle but I'm sure our girls would managed it. Especially the puppy as they've just had their own puppy.

Kay leigh said...

The bunny looks great

Kay Sherman

mummy24 said...

The puppy puzzle

Hannah Dowling said...

I like the puppy one

Wally.Wonka said...

The bunny is great

Gemma Jordan said...

The puppy one

craig austin said...

The puppy

lynn heath said...

I like the Bear the best!

Margaret Gallagher said...

Puppy please