Sitting uncomfortably a stuffy classroom scribbling notes down as the teacher waffles on about the Great Wall of China isn’t exactly the most enjoyable way to learn about ancient civilisations, but National Geographic has come up with a way to make it fun, and most of all, exciting!
Teaming up with 4D Cityscape, National Geographic has launched the world’s first multi-layer puzzle that teaches ancient history as well! Start with the historical jigsaw map with over 600 puzzle pieces in the box. Once that has been conquered, place the model replica monuments and buildings to showcase the realistic landscape of the ancient area. Then when assembly is complete, the historical fun really begins…
Download the 4D National Geographic App on your smartphone or tablet, and engage with each of the puzzles digitally by learning key facts and viewing beautiful images of each structure in their glory days, and present time. Then, if you want to take on an extra challenge, take the trivia test to see how much you’ve really
With an abundance of cities to choose from, you’ll certainly have no trouble picking your favourites. Get the whole family involved, and take an ancient trip around the world together! Ancient history has never been so much fun!
Imperial China 4D Puzzle features:
- Recommended for children aged 7 and up.
- Interactive 4D puzzle experience.
- Step one: Construct the puzzle map of Imperial China, then continue on to step two: placing the famous structures into their corresponding positions on the map. Structures include: Great Wall of China, Forbidden City, The Three Pagodas, and more.
- Step three: Download the 4D National Geographic app on your smartphone or tablet, and learn key facts about each historical landmark on the puzzle, browse through the photo gallery, and take the trivia quiz.
- Over 600 pieces.
Assembled Dimensions: 56cm (l) x 37cm (w) x 1.5cm (h)