Dinosaur Alphabet

Dinosaur Alphabet by Karen Rossi – Ravensburger – 60 pieces

This artwork isn’t my favorite color scheme, it’s slightly washed out and dull – but it was a fun little kids puzzle that went together quickly. As an added bonus I learned the names of a few dinosaurs that I’d never heard of before. I just love learning new things! 😁

It had a loose fit, but has also been a very well-loved puzzle that seems to have been assembled many times. The previous owners seem to have been quite organized too. There was an X written inside the box, and an X on every piece; if piece(s) got loose you would know which puzzle they belong to and which box to put them in – great idea for kids puzzles if you ask me.

The last three letters were dinosaurs I’d never heard of before. I’ve done my share of dinosaur puzzles and I don’t recall ever seeing these names. Very cool!

Many of the words that the letters represented were put into the image in the middle to pull it all together. Overall just a great puzzle for kids; the image, the information, and the quality.

4 thoughts on “Dinosaur Alphabet

  1. The previous owners ABC box & puzzle piece organizational life hack is pretty smart but at the same time I was shocked that they just stored the puzzle pieces loose in the box. Do people do this?! I use a gallon size zip top bag (that I poke all over with with tiny holes) to store puzzle pieces. Then if the puzzle box drops (which I’m sad to say has happened on occasion and I have a few dented puzzle boxes in my stash) there is no mess or crawling around trying to make sure all the pieces have been scooped up.

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