Friday, 20 March 2015

The Very Hungry Caterpillar Ravensburger Puzzle Giveaway.



I'm giving away this lovely Ravensburger Puzzle. I remember The Hungry Caterpillar Story when I was growing up. It's actually 45 years old. The way it's explains change and growing is magical. It's definitely on the top of my list for children's books. 

Four bright and colourful puzzles specially designed for youngsters aged 18 months+. Each puzzle shows The Hungry Caterpillar in a different stage of his development - the 2 piece shows him nibbling his way through leaves, on the 3 piece he's emerging from a big red juicy strawberry, the 4 piece shows him at his biggest and fattest, whilst the 5 piece shows his transformation into the beautiful butterfly. Each puzzle ensures that children get plenty of visual clues to help them assemble the pieces, helping to build their confidence and encouraging them to move onto other titles and larger piece counts. Start with the 2 piece puzzle and move onto the 3, 4 and 5 piece puzzles once your youngster has started to understand the concept of piecing together the different scenes. The puzzles are made in super-thick white-lined card, just right for little hands. Finished puzzles measure 11.5 x 16cm when completed. A great introduction to jigsaws!





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119 comments:

  1. The hungry caterpillar my daughter loves it.

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  2. The tiger who came to tea!

    Ashleigh

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  3. Duck in the Truck by Jez Alborough,I can recite it in my sleep!

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  4. Dear Zoo is a favourite here x

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  5. How to Catch a Star by Oliver Jeffers!

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  6. Lynsey Buchanan21 March 2015 at 14:51

    We are making our way through the Magic Faraway Tree books

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  7. My eldest is nearly 8 so she's onto Roald Dahl etc, however my toddler absolutely loves picture books like The Very Hungry Caterpillar, anything with vivid colours and you've got her attention :-)

    Elizabeth H

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  8. at the moment its james and the peach

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  9. The Tiger who Came to tea

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  10. The very hungry caterpillar lol, she's been reading and practising the story at school and was only today that she told me the whole story with actions as well :) was super cute

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  11. My daughter loves Mr Stink by David Walliams

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  12. We love our Peter Rabbit picture book!

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  13. My 2 year old daughter loves "There was a lady who swallowed a Fly"

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  14. Monkey Puzzle (and many more)

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  15. Room on the broom at the moment!

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  16. It varies - The Gruffalo, Hungry Caterpillar, or at the minute, Thomas the Tank Engine...
    Marie

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  17. I don't have any children but would love to win this prize to donate to charity, to go to Romania.

    Loved this book as a kid

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  18. Guess How Much I Love You. :)

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  19. now reading gruffalo
    olga carpenter

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  20. 1000 Animals. My 20 month old loves to point out the animals

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  21. Joanne Widdowson22 March 2015 at 18:21

    My son had a Hungry Caterpillar cake for his birthday because he loves it so much.

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  22. The Dinosaur That Pooped Christmas, I've seriously considered hiding it so I don't have to read it for the billionth time but I'm not that mean on a mummy !

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  23. i love going on a bear hunt :)

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  24. the tiger who came to tea
    from samantha price

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  25. Margaret Lee-Roberts23 March 2015 at 15:16

    The Very1 Hungry Caterpillar, my grandson loves it so much that he tells us the story verbatim regularly

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  26. I want my hat back, my niece loves it! It's very funny.

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  27. The Gruffalo,my little grand-daughter knows it off by heart,I love all books that fire their imagination and hope that reading is a pastime they always enjoy x

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  28. the very hungry caterpillar of course!

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  29. The Gruffalo and Hungry Caterpillar on a constant rotation!

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  30. The dinosaur that popped the past

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  31. The Meg & Mog books, especially when they go to the moon!

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  32. My mums book, The Tales of Squeaker & Marty, the children love that it was written by Grandma

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  33. Peter Rabbit

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  34. Its got to be The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe, going through a wardrobe a wonderland out of sight! to see the snow glistening, windows Cold as cold could be, the snow queen in all of her glory, snow covered landscapes very bright, streams not flowing covered in ice, and no passing of time.

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  35. Dear Zoo is a favourite here - leanne w

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  36. Anything by the Famous Five! EJ Dunn

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  37. winnie the witch at the moment it changes weekly

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  38. My grandchildren all love Emergency :)

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  39. Teddy Bear Postman by Phoebe Worthington & Selby Worthington

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  40. I love Roald Dahl - absolute classics! But I also really enjoy Malorie Blackman's novels for black children, as there aren't so many choices for my nieces and nephews that reflect who they are.

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  41. The Tiger Who Came To Tea

    Celia West

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  42. At the moment my daughter is loving the little miss books x

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  43. Anything to do with thomas tank

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  44. Kelly Summerfield15 April 2015 at 21:54

    Little Ted's Big Adventure! xx

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  45. Currently charlie and lola and a German phrase book

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  46. very hungry caterpillar my childrens favourite

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  47. Little Women - my daughter loves me reading this to her.

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  48. very hungry caterpillar my childrens favourite

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  49. at the moment Jake's favourite book is called Lets Go Outside Henry

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  50. The Tiger Who Came To Tea - a childhood fave of mine too

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  51. The Gruffalo

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  52. We like Meg and Mog and Percy the Parkkeeper books here

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