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Red Fish Toys Wooden Puzzles


Disclaimer: I received products  for review purposes. No other compensation was received. Though the product was free, opinions are 100% my very own. 


There are only a few toys that I just truly love. Dolls and the the other being puzzles. Nothing inspires creativity and boosts the imagination quite like puzzles. Sure they can be brain teasers at times but what's better than playing with puzzles? Nothing I say! Nothing! I can actually sit for quite some time trying to put together a puzzle and I have to admit that I am getting quite proficient at it. They not only help with my problem-solving skills but aids in my hand to eye co-ordination as well. That's why I want to bring to you today an amazing company, Red Fish Toys that makes the most amazing puzzles that I've played with to date. These aren't just any kind of puzzles, no these are made out of wood.


Now for a little history of how Red Fish Toys came about. This all started when a mom, just like any mom out there wanted nothing but the best for their child. After all your children do deserve the best. During her travels around the world she always looked for something 'unique' to bring home for her little one. Her quest for toys finally led her to start Red Fish. As my mommy would say, if you can't find it, make it!

It was also our search for fun and education toys that led us to Red Fish, and they decided to send me three of their wonderful puzzles. Each puzzle was a sight to behold, not only because of it's beauty but the detail in the work. Each was also different in what it taught as you can see from the photos below. The train puzzle taught colors, while the turtle numbers and the butterfly the alphabet.


Each puzzle is hand painted, using non-toxic paint, and crafted from sustainable rubber wood making them truly environmentally friendly. They help develop fine motor skills and that hand to eye coordination that I was telling you about earlier. They also teach the alphabet, numbers and colors.


The colors are truly vivid and I have to admit that mommy's camera so did not do these justice. They are more beautiful than you see them here. All the puzzles are double sided and you can totally up the difficulty for your little one.


Take for example the beautiful bright butterfly in it's packaging. Notice that in this case you can construct your butterfly by just matching the pieces. While that might be a bit difficult for younger tots to do, turning it over shows the alphabet which makes it a lot easier.


Now not only will your little one be learning their alphabet, but with their thinking cap on, they can totally learn the alphabet while solving this delightful puzzle. Not only that but they will be learning their colors as well. The pieces are sized just right for little hands as well and these puzzles also meets or exceed U.S. toy testing standards.


Red Fish Toys Wooden Puzzles makes a great gift for your little ones and I just know that they'll have a blast playing with them like I did. It'll boost their creativity and imagination and encourage their fine motor skills. It's why they've made their way on our Holiday Gift Guide and also why they get my TWO TINY THUMBS UP!

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Disclosure: Growing Up Madison receives products in order to conduct reviews. No monetary compensation was provided unless noted otherwise. All opinions are 100% my own. Some posts may contain affiliate links that I receive commission for payment from in exchange for referrals. In the event of a giveaway, the sponsor is responsible for delivery of the prize, unless otherwise noted in the posting. Giveaways are not sponsored by Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, Google+ or any other social media site. Regardless, I only recommend products or services I personally believe will be a good fit for my readers. I am disclosing this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission's 16 CFR, Part 255: "Guides Concerning the Use of Endorsements and Testimonials in Advertising."

Annmarie John
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  1. I love love love the elephant one. Wooden puzzles are one of my most favorite things to buy. I think they are so pretty and fun.

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  2. Those look like some really nice puzzles. My boys have always loved doing puzzles.

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  3. This is cute - perfect to be used by kids and they won't even totally misplace the puzzle pieces which tend to happen if its not wodden and small lol.

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  4. My son and I would love adding these to our collection. I love that they would be good to teach colors, numbers and letters.

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  5. These wooden puzzles look wonderful! I love that they are something that will hold up.

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  6. Wooden toys like this are some of my favorites! Love these!!!

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  7. I love these kinds of educational toys! My son has loved wooden puzzles since he was tiny. I need to get some to stick back in our "gifting" closet. We have some birthdays coming up....AND Christmas!

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  8. My daughter does not like puzzles at all. Have to try with this kind of wooden puzzles and see if she changes her mind. Really like the turtle one.

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  9. Puzzles are so great for little kids. They're a great way to promote critical thinking, spacial recognition, and fine motor skills.

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  10. I have always loved these type of colorful wooden puzzles! I would much rather see a child play with this than a video game. It is a great item to pass down too and it will stand up to time.

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  11. The big chunky pieces are so great for little hands. The colors are fabulous too!

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  12. Puzzles make great gifts! I love the butterfly.

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  13. I love the wooden toys. There's something timeless about them.

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  14. I've seen these and I love love wooden toys like this. Wooden toys last FOREVER!

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  15. Wow I've never seen these before! They look fantastic. Puzzles are a huge hit in my home so these would be perfect this Christmas!

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  16. I love wooden puzzles, and those are gorgeous. They look like they're such high quality - the colors are beautiful.

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  17. These toys are not only beautify but they are durable too. These are perfect for helping kids to fine tune their fine motor skills.

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  18. Hand painted: wow. I love the colors and the shapes: perfect for little hands and older ones.

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  19. What a wonderful, colorful toy! I love that the pieces are big enough for kids to handle

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  20. My kids love puzzles. I used to buy them wooden puzzles all the time when they were younger.

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  21. I definitely prefer wooden toys and toys that require thinking over toys that do everything and create passive children.

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  22. Wooden puzzles were my girls favorites when they were little. It is hard to misplace these pieces.

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  23. I am loving these puzzles. They are chunky enough for tiny hands and the fact that they're made of wood and not paper makes it even better. Love the bright colors too.

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