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|Puzzle Type||Round Jigsaw Puzzle|
|Mfg. Part Number||PZFGWD|
|Puzzle Category||Collages & Assortments|
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Completed puzzle is 23" diameter
Challenging, but fun. Looked deceptively easy.
This is an unusual puzzle, because the edge needs to be saved until last! It is easy for a puzzle its size, because the different fonts of the letters help in solving it.
We really enjoyed this puzzle! The colors are just as vivid and saturated as the picture would have you believe. We really appreciated that they printed the definitions for the words inside the box lid, too. We loved learning the definitions as we worked on certain words. This is a puzzle we expect to pull out again and again. Eeboo produces high quality puzzles, and this one did not disappoint.
Loved this puzzle. So fun to discuss all the words while doing the puzzle. Definitions of all the words are located on the inside of the box lid. You really do expand your vocabulary as you do the puzzle, or at least most people would learn some words they might not have known before doing it. I also though it might make a really nice, thought-provoking table top if you found a round piece of glass to put over it.😊
great words probably from the SAT exams. My kids and I had fun with this puzzle and learned a few words esp during the pandemic Have ordered most of our puzzles on this site. came quickly and we had a blast
At first glance this seemed hard because of the round edge but once I decided to use a different strategy - start from the middle - this was fun. Pieces fit precisely so there was no confusion about where they belonged.
Interesting and Challenging
This was a really fun puzzle! Since the entire puzzle is words, it was quick and easy, especially since each work is a different color, font, and letter size, so separating the pieces into their different groups was easy and make the words come together quite quickly. But funny thing--the ONLY part of the puzzle that was difficult was the entire round outer edge! Since all the edge pieces had nearly the same pattern on them, with only tiny differences in shape, notch size, and color differences, this is the first puzzle EVER that I've had where I put all the edge pieces to the side and finished them last once the entire rest of the puzzle was complete. It helped immensely having the inner part done; then I could see pretty quickly which outer edge belonged to which word or area. Once I figured out to leave the edges to last, this became a favorite puzzle, and a keeper.