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Love it!

I bought 2 of these. One as a gift and one for myself. I bought the puzzle for my state and put it on my frig. We are new to the state, and it helps me to know the state better.

My 7yr old son loves this puzzle. He is on the spectrum and puzzles are his thing. I hope they have more bigger puzzles for him to do. Thanks

The Best Puzzles Ever!

I like the authenticity of the map puzzles and the quality of the pieces. I have bought my grandchildren all of them. Every educational.

Five stars isn't enough!

We now own 7 GeoPuzzles. US History (secondhand and missing Iowa but we still love it), US & Canada, Latin America, Europe, Asia, Africa & Middle East, and World. We also have US GeoBingo. All but the US History GeoPuzzle were Christmas gifts for our children this year. Everything is sturdy and colorful. The boxes they come in are really nice. We prefer putting the puzzles together without looking at the box. It doesn't take long although I will admit Africa is still the trickiest one for us. My only complaint is the "chips" for the bingo game are quite small and it's difficult to pick up more than one at a time when putting the game away. No biggie, though.
It's nice to see a company based in our home state and that the products are made here in the US. I look forward to adding to our GeoToys collection in the future!

We love the Eugy Puzzles

These are so cute and easy to put together. It's a go to gift item for us now and we are getting quite a collection!

Very excited about this

My toddler loves puzzles and maps so these are a hit. He’s a little below the suggested age and some of the pieces are quite small for him. Also because they don’t interlock, make sure you have a good solid surface to work on.

Quality Puzzles

My 5 year old granddaughter loves them, especially, the educational ones. She's learning the countries of the world.
One suggestion: It's hard to follow the photo on the box. Perhaps, you could include one inside the box which is identical to what the complete puzzle would look like.

Set of 6 GeoPuzzles in Individual Boxes — Educational Geography Jigsaw Puzzles — Ages 4 and up

Great tool of learning!

I was missing Europe! Glad I found it.

GeoBingo USA — Geography Educational Toy — Ages 4 and Up

Christmas is coming! and the gift will be too, so I haven't given it yet!

Geography Puzzles of each of 3 continents.

I bought them as a gift for my elementary age grandchildren (for Christmas) so we could do them together. I have the same puzzles myself and doing them makes us talk about different places in the world.

Terrific puzzles

Great quality, vivid colors, great packaging! Even comes with very cool reference pictures for each continent. My son is obsessed and loves the details in each puzzle.

It’s a Christmas present so gas not been given yet. He has loved doing other Eugies we gave him.

Fun!

I bought the Portland city, US, and world maps. They’re super fun but the actual quality is ok. The magnets are thin and curl a bit on the edges so they don’t stick well or have a finished look. But I think it’s a fun toy, great gift idea, and probably even more fun if you have space on your refrigerators.
**for whatever reason, my world map puzzle came sans two pieces.

pretty good

The pieces want to curl up but I seem to be able to bend them flat again.

Very Happy

Though there was an issue with initial shipping, the team was excellent in follow up. Very happy with the overall professional setvice.

Magnetic puzzle

This is the worst puzzle I have ever worked. I worked on magnetic surface but pieces were nut cut well at all

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Magnetic Puzzle Board
Ashley Valderrama

Magnetic Puzzle Board

Fine

The pieces are cut well and adhere nicely to the fridge, but the map only shows a small portion of the city. Got it to learn some geography with my son before our trip, but the map is only about 20% of the city and has very few fine details

Almost perfect

My 4-year-old grandson loves it. He's already put it together multiple times (including face down!). He's constantly comparing it to the North America puzzle and his globe. I suspect the remaining ones will be following. He's a sponge for geography, and these puzzles absolutely fill the bill!

If there's a fault with this one and the World puzzle, it's that the bottom pieces do not interlock in the center, making it easy for the puzzle to be "split" unnaturally.

My Daughter Loves Them All!

We have really enjoyed putting these puzzles together as a family! We are all leaning together!