My worse fear around my house is rainy days. I absolutely hate the fact that my children and I are cooped up in the house with no chance of escaping outside to burn energy. (Even worse is the fact that the last two times it rained hard down here our power went out for no less then twelve hours. Little House on the Prairie anyone?) I am always coming up with ideas on how to make the time pass by as quickly as possible. Art activities, edible playdough, an endless supply of movies, board games, reading, etc… I recycle the same ideas over and over again. When I was given the opportunity by Crayola to review their new chalkboard floor puzzles I jumped at the offer.

Elijah and Bam put the puzzle together. (Or it was more like Elijah put the puzzle together and Bam continued to take it apart and run away with the pieces.)

When the puzzle was all put together it was a very nice size.

Bam finally decided to take over the puzzle and laid on top of it completely. This picture shows how long the Crayola puzzle really is.

Here is a closer shot of the puzzle. As you can see it is very colorful.

I liked the fact that the Crayola Chalkboard Floor Puzzle really did have a chalkboard element to it. The areas of the puzzle that were able to be written on by chalk were easily wiped off with a damp paper towel. Once the boys were done with the puzzle, we put the pieces into two freezer ziploc bags, along with the chalk, and was able to store it easily in my closet. These puzzles range from about $12.99 at most mass retailers and I think that they are a very good investment.

I received the Crayola Chalkboard Floor Puzzle to review, in hopes that I would provide my readers with my honest opinion on their product. All thoughts and opinions are my own and I was in no way compensated monetarily for this review.

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  1. Sounds like a perfect Christmas gift for my almost 3 year old niece. Thanks for the review

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