What is it
You can now experience Rubik’s Cube in jigsaw form with this devilishly difficult, double-sided, 500 piece puzzle. It’s perfect for those who love a challenge!
The Rubik’s Cube jigsaw puzzle is the latest addition to Gibsons’ successful Iconic Brands Collection, the range of gift puzzles that take beloved brands, such as Marmite, VW and Pringles, and transform them into challenging jigsaws that are presented in larger-than-life packaging.
The Rubik’s Cube jigsaw puzzle has been named as a 2018 Toy Fair Hero Toy winner. The Toy Fair Hero Toy Award is a new concept by the BTHA that shines a spotlight on exceptional toys that are launching this year across all categories. The Toy Fair Hero award is bestowed upon the 25 best toys and games that are deemed to be a cut above the rest.
What our team of testers said
"Oh, it's a large rubix cube...I like the tin." - Boy aged 11
"I really want to finish this!" - Girl aged 12
- Develops logic and problem solving skills
- Promotes colour and shape recognition
- Requires patience and perseverence
What our experts think
A challenging jigsaw puzzle that gives the iconic Rubik’s Cube a new twist! Our testers were immediately drawn to the puzzle and were desperate to get started – the storage tin was eye-catching and fun.
The puzzle required lots of patience and perseverance – great for personal, social and emotional development. We also found that it was a great activity for families to work on together, the puzzle isn’t too big so could be left out and added to over time. It is suited to older children who already have the required logic and matching skills, as it is difficult to complete for adults and children alike! Complex puzzles like this are ideal for building strategies in grouping similar colours and shapes, which also benefits children’s learning in STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics).
- RRP: £15.95
- Brands: Gibsons
- Key Features:
- No batteries required
- Toy Types: .Toys
Puzzles & games
- Types of skills developed: Cognitive
Colour, shape and pattern recognition
Logic, strategy & problem solving
Memory, concentration & attention
Personal, social & emotional development
Trial and error learning