Discovery Dinosaur 3D effect Jigsaws Review and Giveaway

You can’t beat a good puzzle, and the kids and I have been having fun with a new range of Discovery Dinosaur puzzles each with 150 pieces.

These Dinosaur Puzzles, made by Kidicraft, are from the Discovery range of 3D effect puzzles which are manufactured using new Prime 3D lenses to give greater depth and motion to the images.

The 3D style really is effective, they felt as if the dinosaurs were really coming out of the jigsaws! And it also adds a little more challenge to completing the puzzles as it’s a style we haven’t tried before.

The level of detail in the images, like the textures of the dinosaurs skins, is fantastic. The images are very realistic, with beautiful subtle colours and look brilliant once completed.

Dinosaurs are always a popular choice, and these are no exception with Velociraptor, T-Rex and Triceratops varieties available. This is a theme that appeals to all of the kids in my house, and I find with jigsaws like this they really are age-less especially if you work together to complete them. So although recommended as 5+, my 3 year old was able to take part with help, and likewise my boys are quite a bit older at 8, 10 and 11 – but still not too old to spend some time completing these!

During the lockdown, Jigsaw puzzles have been flying off the shelves – even selling out in some stores, and I can understand why as they are such a good way to keep the family occupied together, work as a team and get a bit of calm and quiet as a family!

When completed, the size of these puzzles is 46 cm x 31 cm (18″ x 12″) each, and each one is 150 pieces.

Special Offer

Independent toy shop Bort Shopping have a special offer available for these puzzles.

Click this link to have the discount automatically applied

Or you can add the discount code manually using this code: MNDD3DP

The usual price is £10.99 per puzzle. So the discount makes 1 x £9.99 plus delivery or for best value, buy all 3 for £28.99 with free delivery.

To find out more about Kidicraft 3D puzzles you can visit their Facebook page

Competition

Win a bundle of these three great dinosaur puzzles to keep your family busy at home!

Dinosaur Puzzle Bundle

Good luck!

98 thoughts on “Discovery Dinosaur 3D effect Jigsaws Review and Giveaway”

  1. My life hasn’t changed a lot as I work for the NHS, only difference I have to work the bank holidays now! I’ve always shied away from social gatherings and shopping, so life just continues as usual, avoiding people as much as possible, as usual!

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  2. We have been doing lots of wildlife puzzles – we have one going with 2000 pieces at the moment – a farm scene!

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    • Dinosaurs :- The children are just so interested in dinosaurs. Doing our best to keep occupied with a variety of activities indoors. These jigsaw puzzles would be great for occupying us all, would encourage us to share facts we know about the various dinosaurs.

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  3. The puzzles look great. Can’t beat a good jigsaw! I have been playing Animal Crossing on the Nintendo Switch which is fun

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  4. These puzzles look great – we’re teaching the kids with games book reviewing and puzzles like this to keep their minds sharp as well as studying and discussing maps and the news, it’s going ok so far xx

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  5. My eldest son would love these, he really likes dinosaurs. We are managing ok with lockdown, my partner is a key worker so it’s a worry him working with the public and bringing it home.

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  6. The puzzles look great for all the family to enjoy. Lockdown is difficult but we are getting through it day by day

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  7. The puzzles look great, it would be something nice to do together with the kids. Lockdown … can’t wait for it to be over…

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  8. The puzzles look great, I think my niece would like them. I’m still working at Royal Mail but the rest of the time is spent at home, reading, watching television and playing backgammon.

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  9. Its a struggle, 3 young children cooped up in a house, they all want to play something different and they are missing the friendships school brings

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  10. We are doing OK. My daughter is struggling a little, as there’s no routine or structure that she gets when she’s at school. We are however enjoying putting the music channel on and singing and dancing. Music is the best medicine!

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  11. My granddaughter would love these puzzles. We keep in contact via Facetime, and my daughter has also created a family What’sApp group so we get to talk to everyone, but it’s still hard to see videos of our granddaughter and not be able to be with her.

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  12. My Grandchildren woud love this puzzle. I’m doing OK in the Lockdown as I love crafting, reading & gardening, so I am keeping busy without feeling like I am.

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  13. We are doing various activities such as puzzles,colouring,arts and crafts, watching movies and playing games together

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  14. This lockdown has helped my youngest really get into puzzles he started with his easy ones moved up to 100 piece ones within a week and now helps me with mine and he’s only 5. We love it. Thanks for the chance

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  15. So far we’ve had the weather on our side so have been able to spend time in the garden every day with the children but these puzzles would be brilliant for rainy days!

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  16. The puzzles look fabulous, very detailed. Lockdown we are finding it hard now, especially as the wonderful weather is here, we always love to go to the beach walking around and enjoying the surroundings

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  17. The puzzles look fantastic and perfect to do as a family. We have been doing lots of crafts and baking together xx

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  18. Puzzles make a pleasant, constructive and calming change from crafts and noisy tech toys. Who can resist a dinosaur?
    The sunshine makes getting through lockdown days much easier.

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  19. A great jigsaw for my grandchildren, I’m coping ok in lockdown, it won’t last long though because him in doors is doing my head in

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  20. I can keep myself amused in lockdown but what I can’t cope with is not seeing and cuddling my grandchildren, the older ones understand but the babies don’t

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  21. These puzzles would be great lockdown activities for the grandchildren, especially my grandson whose two passions are jigsaws and dinosaurs. We’re coping quite well with the lockdown – the hardest part is not seeing the grandchildren.
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  22. Was doing fine until last week, struggling a bit but keeping a routine is helping us all stay focused. We are finding that short bursts of learning broken up with fun games is working for us.

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  23. The puzzles look awesome! We are huge dinosaur fans in our house. We are doing ok in lockdown, some homeschooling, lots of fun and family time together.

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  24. The puzzles look great, my son loves anything to do with dinosaurs. I think we’ve been getting on ok, my teenagers are starting to find it hard now , missing friends and even school!

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  25. These puzzles look fab, not seen any like this before. Being stuck in is starting to get to my children now and I’m sure these would help cheer them up!

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  26. These puzzles would be well recieved by my wannabe paleantologist grandson, the lockdown is starting to wear me down as I live alone and am missing my usual daily visits to my daughters to see my grandchildren

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  27. Love the puzzles, my youngest is dinosaur mad so would love them. Kids seem to be enjoying the lockdown, playing all day! Home schooling not the easiest but we’re getting through 🙂

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  28. We are enjoying lockdown! It’s been great to get off the treadmill of life and devote time and effort to our house and garden. Books and puzzles are keeping us sane!

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  29. I’ve been doing a load of jigsaws during lock down and have got around to doing some that I’ve never started in years!

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  30. Puzzles look fab 💕 lockdown is tough, not seeing extended family is hard; especially for my 2 year old.

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  31. Love the puzzles, dinosaurs are really popular with my Nephew. Lockdown has been successful in our house, with lots of baking, crafts and fun!

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  32. Love the puzzles, dinosaurs are really popular with my Nephew. Lockdown has been successful in our house, with lots of baking, crafts and dancing around. I’ve particularly been enjoying learning new skills and trying new recipes.

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  33. I love these puzzles and I know my grandson would too as he loves dinosaurs and everything about them! Lockdown going OK but I am missing my family

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  34. The puzzles look great for my grandchildren, they lots of entertainment during lockdown! Not being with my family is the hardest thing about lockdown for me because I miss them so much!

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  35. My son and i are completing a puzzle while in lock down. Lockdown is ok but my husband is a teacher so we all feel worried about him catching it from one of the children and bringing it home. Its very hard to socially distance young children!

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  36. I’ve been spending time doing reading and doing puzzles. These look great and would love to win

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  37. These puzzles look brilliant, we are struggling with lockdown. Doing lots of science – gardening and cooking

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  38. It is difficult, 24 hours seem to be less than enough – work, home schooling and housekeeping, need to keep time for having fun as well 🙂

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  39. I love doing jigsaws and my son loves to help me. He is the best at sorting the pieces into colours. We would love to have a go at these together. We havent been doing too badly in lockdown he has turned more into a recluse lol. we have found hedgehogs in the garden on a night listened to an owl and found out which owl by the sound it was making. It was a Tawny Owl. We have downloaded a new app for the stars so we point it at the stars and it tells you what you are looking at. Hubby swore it was the north star my son said jupiter and i guessed Mars turned out to be Venus lol 😀 Wrong planet but i new it was a planet. Building dens and doing puzzles plus the new disney plus app kept us busy ish.

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  40. We’re doing ok but starting to crave our own space as our house is only small. I’ve been swapping puzzles with others in the village via our local book swap so I’ve had something new to focus on.

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  41. We’ve been doing a lot of jigsaws, including some that we have had for years but never got around to starting.

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  42. I’ve only started 1 puzzle during this lockdown! And I’ve not even finished that yet. Must try harder at puzzles

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  43. We have been doing the school work that has been sent to us but there have been lots of interesting things to get involved in. We have done a few colouring competitions. Jigsaws is a fab idea I think I might try and get a big one to do as a family project!

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  44. We have been doing lots of puzzles but would love some 3D ones! Lockdown is difficult but we just get on with it and look forward to meeting up with everyone again.

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  45. Our boys love dinosaurs and puzzles. Been Keeping busy with school work, music, cooking and a daily challenge.

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  46. My nephew loves dinosaurs and would love this. Making sure always busy and getting things done in the house when unable to work just now

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  47. These would definitely help keep my son occupied during lockdown and be something we could do together. The 3d effect is fab.
    We have been doing a variety of things, walking, baking, school work x

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  48. I love doing jigsaws. These look great! Lockdown has been pretty much business as usual for me as I am a nurse so still working.

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  49. During lockdown we have found more time to do family activities, board games and puzzles. My son’s have completed all our current puzzles and would love to try something new.

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  50. We are taking it day by day but we have to do it to stay safe. We have been doing a lot of baking and home schooling

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  51. These puzzles looking amazing and really vibrant. Our daughter loves different puzzles. We are managing ok in lockdown with walks for exercise and catching up on TV programmes. We will be glad to be out of it but are incredibly grateful to be safe and well.

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  52. the puzzle look brilliant , me and the kids would enjoy doing them, im doing okay in the lockdown as i been keeping busy wiht gardening , baking and sorting out the home

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  53. The puzzle looks great. My Grandsons would have fun with it. Lockdown means more gardening and cooking.

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  54. the puzzle’s look fab! doing alot of cleaning and baking during lockdown looking forward to things returning to normal xx

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  55. These jigsaws look roarsome my god daughter would love them , We have been doing lots of baking ,sewing and crafting to keep busy.

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  56. I’m a keyworker so hasn’t really changed much, the jigsaws would be fab during my down time and my little boy loves dinosaurs so he would love helping me

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  57. We’ve been trying to keep a bit of routine as wfh, and homeschooling, so some puzzles would be an amazing distraction

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