24 months+

Wooden Chunky Safari Puzzle

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Wooden Chunky Safari Puzzle

Bimi Boo Wooden Chunky Safari Puzzle for Toddlers is easy to grasp for little hands, made from high-quality wood, and colored with safe paints. Each piece is hand polished to remove splinters and rough spots, ensuring kids’ highest level of safety. Certified in the USA (ASTM F963-17) and the EU (EN71).

The Chunky Puzzle Set includes Bimi Boo, and 6 wooden animals: an Elephant, Lion, Zebra, Crocodile, Monkey, and Hippopotamus. The Playmat is visually divided into 4 seasons to enrich the playtime and develop imagination.

Product Details

Item Number: 03044
Material: Plywood & MDF
Paint: Water-based
Product Dimension (W x L x H) :
11.6 in x 8.3 in x 0.3 in
29.5 x 21 x 0.8 cm
Package Dimension (W x L x H) :
12.4 in x 8.7 in x 1.4 in
Product weight with packaging:
1.17 lbs
530 gr

What’s inside?

Board with Pieces

Board, 7 chunky pieces (safari animals)


Playmat (Availability depends on the chosen variation of puzzles with playmat or without)

Customer Reviews

Based on 33 reviews
Victoria R. Lonker
Decent Little Puzzles

My kid has enjoyed learning how to put these puzzles together. The different shapes of the puzzles make him have to think critically about how to put them correctly. They are sturdy peices, so won't bend or break.

Sarah Bailes
Home teaching puzzle

I purchased these puzzles to teach my 1.5 year old child at home. After 1 week She enjoy to much work with it. Play with the puzzles is part or her routine every day and making some animals` sounds is so cute!

Aline Santos
well made

Well quality puzzle. Love the chunky style because it makes it easy for my toddler to pick up and place. The big pieces also make for an easier clean up and easy to find compared to small piece puzzles, because kids…Definitely age appropriate!

Lynsey Kim
Improves toddler`s skills

Helps to improve motor skills, color recognitons and shapes as well as logic, social skills

DaQuenna Moore
Excellent quality!

My son loves these puzzles. He started playing with them at about 15 months, Fully associating the images by 17 months, and here 18 at months, getting the shapes into the correct spot with ease. These products are incredibly colorful and durable to withstand a toddler whipping them across the room, dropping them on tile, splashing them with water, and kicking them with your boots when you accidentally step on them over and over again!