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Heavenly to touch!

7/20/2020 by Bridget

My favorite game I love handling these shapes it feels so good I take these on every trip I take! Very thought provoking. :)!



2/13/2019 by Mike

My grandson loves puzzles



6/24/2018 by Catherine

I got this as a gift for my granddaughter. She loved the feel of the pieces and really enjoys the challenge of it. I was so pleased that I bought another one for my father. He also loves the challenge. I would encourage anyone to buy this product, you won't be disappointed.


Given as gift

5/23/2018 by Joyce

This gift is so enjoyable and the person given to loves it. She has to be careful she takes a break from it. : ) or she'll not get anything done. : )


Not my favorite...

5/18/2018 by Marsha

It’s a nice puzzle but I misread the information; thought it included some cards of some sort to make it more of a game. It’s okay to use the booklet to make the designs but not very interesting - even to my 7 & 8 year-old grandchildren. (They love puzzles, Legos & tangrams.) Fine quality.


Not what it seemed on ohoto

5/18/2018 by Judith

There weren’t Enough pieces s to make enough designs for my 7-year old . We were both very disappointed.

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The Pebbles Story

An ancient Chinese puzzle that’s still fun to solve.

Puzzle It Out

Folks have been twisting, turning, and, well, puzzling over tangram puzzles for centuries. The puzzles originated in China hundreds of years ago and prove that the simple but potentially complex game is still as engaging as ever.

Pebbles is a fresh take on the older-than-old-school puzzle. There’s still the same seven tiles, and thousands of potential configurations you can make with them. But this updated tangram is made using sustainably grown bamboo so the tiles feel good, and are pleasant to look at, too. Which is exactly what friends and Pebbles Co-Founders (and game lovers) Adrienne and
Liz wanted.

Whether you’re solving a puzzle from the included guide, or just playing around making shapes, this is a great way to exercise those creative thinking and problem solving skills—while having too much fun to notice.
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