When you think of a puzzle, the first thing that comes to mind is the floor puzzle. This classic game has been around for ages! Thankfully they are still very popular today. There are a wide variety of floor puzzles and finding the next new puzzle is always on the radar for true aficianados.
If you’re looking for a new floor puzzle to add to your collection try one of these nine.
This puzzle is a fun option for children that are younger. With just 48 pieces it’s not too overwhelming that they will feel frustrated and want to quit. Pair with a favorite movie, to make for a complete evening!
Do you have a child that loves the hit show Paw Patrol? Than you’ll want to scoop up this puzzle! With a kid friendly size and of course great graphics, your little one will be itching to uncover what the final image is.
Inspired by Disney’s Finding Nemo, this puzzle is a little bit harder though they claim children 4 and up can complete it. If you have a child that loves puzzles but is looking for little more of a challenge, give this a try.
Fairy tale lovers look no further, with this jumbo floor puzzle. With 50 pieces this puzzle is a good challenge for 5-8 year olds. It also would make a fun addition to a castle, medieval, or princess theme birthday party.
Can you build the world in 33 pieces? With this puzzle you can! Melissa and Doug created this global puzzle. Assemble the pieces to reveal the entire world!
Eric Carle’s classic book comes to life with this puzzle. Practice counting while completing the challenges this sets out. It can be done either as one long puzzle for kids who can complete it, or two-piece puzzles for children that are a little younger and not quite ready yet.
The Ninja Turtle love in your life will love this! Watch Leonardo, Michelangelo, Donatello and Rafael come to life as the pieces are put together across 3 feet of space!
Melissa & Doug Rainforest Jumbo Jigsaw Floor Puzzle 100 pcs
At over 4 feet tall, this puzzle is BIG! It’s only 100 pieces however so not too difficult to complete. It’s a great choice for children that are a little bit older and have the time and patience to sort out where everything belongs. The rich details help to decide where the pieces belong.
Most puzzles are squares or rectangles, but not this one! This dragon puzzle is built in the shape of a dragon giving a little extra challenge (no edge pieces!). It’s a fun option if you’re looking for something a little bit different.