We received this Elementary Maths Space theme jigsaw puzzle to review. This is a puzzle like you have never seen before. As you don’t follow the picture on the box to make it, you can place each piece wherever you want. The idea is to learn your numbers and adding from 1-10. Like you could place three numbers 2 and that would make 6, so you could place a number 6 next to them. As each number gets bigger so does the size of the jigsaw piece. So three numbers 2’s is the same size as one number 6.

And has this puzzle is space themed, there are lot’s of rockets to be made and Aaron (5) even made his very own space station.

 

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There are 138 pieces altogether, so many they only just fit into the box. Aaron really enjoyed this jigsaw so much and loved making his own creations while learning his numbers. Caitlin (6) on the other hand, hated it. She just didn’t get it. She likes proper jigsaws where each piece has its own place. She just wasn’t happy that you could make this puzzle your own and places the pieces wherever you wanted.

 

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The puzzle is from Fun Comet and you can find them on Facebook and Twitter.

They have also kindly offered my readers a set to win. So if you would like a chance of winning one of these, just fill in the rafflecopter below. All entries are optional,  but the more you enter the more chances you have of winning. The giveaway is open to the UK, Australia, US and Canada and closes at 11:59pm (BST London) on Wednesday 19th October. Good Luck

 

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62 comments on “Space Themed Maths Puzzle + giveaway”

  1. The Apollo astronauts’ footprints on the moon will probably stay there for at least 100 million years.

    Oh and they say space is totally silent – would be good to visit there!

  2. Wow, looks like a great puzzle and love that it’s a bit different and you can change where you put the pieces. My boy is 3 so still a bit young for this I’d say. Will keep it in mind for when he’s older xx #dreamteam

  3. i know that the moon isn’t really made out of cheese. I also know that when i once lost my helium balloon and cried as it rose higher and higher, the man on the moon caught it and is keepig it safe 🙂

  4. The highest mountain known to man is on an asteroid called Vesta. Measuring a whopping 22km in height, it is three times as tall as Mount Everest!

  5. Venus is covered by clouds of water vapour and sulphuric acid and the surface cannot be seen with an ordinary astronomy telescope

  6. 99% of our solar system’s mass is the sun. If I am lucky enough to win my nephew would enjoy this lovely prize. Thank you for the lovely giveaway xxx

  7. 2014 UZ224 is the name of the newest dwarf planet to be discovered in our solar system, a celestial body that’s just 330 miles wide and over eight billion miles away from our sun.

  8. The Sun (or Sol), is the star at the centre of our solar system and is responsible for the Earth’s climate and weather. The Sun is an almost perfect sphere with a difference of just 10km in diameter between the poles and the equator. The average radius of the Sun is 695,508 km (109.2 x that of the Earth) of which 20–25% is the core.

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