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Puzzleball Globe: A New Way to See the World

I’m always looking for new ways to connect my kids to their world. I love the way this puzzle ball globe allows kids to literally hold the world in their hands!

I'm always looking for new ways to connect my kids to all of the countries of the world. We were sent this puzzleball globe to review, and it is a fun way for kids to literally hold the world in their hands!

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Geography for Third Graders

Teaching global awareness is a high priority for me, so I was thrilled to review this puzzleball globe.

Disclosure: I was sent this item to review, but received no other compensation. All opinions are my own.

My rising third grader, Johnny, was instantly attracted to this educational toy.

Fun ways to learn about the world: reviewing the Puzzleball Globe

This 3D puzzle of the world comes together quite quickly, thanks to numbers on the back of each piece.

Puzzleball Globe Review

Johnny worked at this on his own until he was about two thirds of the way done with the globe.

Building the world, once piece at a time

As it started to come together, my rising second grader Lily got pretty interested in what was going on! Johnny was kind enough to let Lily help him finish the globe.

LOVE this Puzzleball Globe as a way for kids to explore the world.

My brother-sister team worked together on the tricky final pieces of the globe.

Building the Puzzleball Globe

I created a fun, highly imperfect time lapse of the building process. The kids take apart and rebuild this globe all the time! So far we have all the pieces. I’m hoping that lasts!

Learning Through Play

This globe may be a puzzle, but the Puzzleball Globe is still strong enough to withstand quite a bit of play!

Get kids interested in the world through hands-on learning with a Puzzleball Globe

It is pretty awesome to have a spinning globe that comes apart for easy storage!

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Do you have more fun ways to explore the world with kids without leaving your front door? Please share here in the comments or on my Facebook page!

MaryAnne is a craft loving educator, musician, photographer, and writer who lives in Silicon Valley with her husband Mike and their four children.

10 thoughts on “Puzzleball Globe: A New Way to See the World”

  1. Having it numbered is brilliant. It makes it harder, but not TOO hard. We’ve got a 3D puzzle we inherited, and my kids are kind scared by the puzzle.

  2. Natalie PlanetSmartyPants

    I was always wondering how people are able to put these 3D puzzles together. Numbering on the back is a bit of a cheating though :)

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