|Pharaoh’s Egypt - Ancient Egypt is vividly portrayed in this puzzle. A day in the life of the Egyptians along the Nile of Pharaoh’s time becomes a second game once the pieces are in place. Look around the border or deep inside the scene to “find it” – a list of 40 Egyptian items from sandals, sword, necklace, wine jar and pottery to animals like cobra, crocodile, leopard, jackals and monkey.
On Dry Ground captures the crossing of the Red Sea -- a significant event of historical relevance. Pictured are icons from that era – a chariot wheel, scrolls, wine goblet. Uncover the hidden objects within the artwork. The included key, resembling an Egyptian parchment document, explains the significance of each found object.
The Parade of Animals - Before Noah gathered the animals there was a world of creatures to behold. Vivid images of animals from across the globe -- from pandas to koalas. Can you find Gold Dust Day Gecko or Fox or Salmon? The detailed key of animals explains the significance of each found object.
Find-It commissioned artwork by painter Rachel Land for these 300-piece puzzles.
We've always liked the Find-It games, an assortment of cannisters containing objects hidden in a sea of plastic beans. Now they have introduced a new series of traditional puzzles, Pieces of History, including Pharaoh's Egypt, Parade of Animals, and Dry Ground. Each has 300 pieces, and within the final image, you can find "hidden" objects that are also found in the border of the puzzle. In Pharaoh's Egypt, for example, you'll discover a leopard in a tree, a blue hippo in a market basket, and 38 more hidden objects and animals. This kind of puzzle, played together, can open up conversations about historical times and shared discovery.