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World Cup soccer ball 3D puzzle reviewed by LI kid

Kidsday reporter Carrie Davis worked with her family

Kidsday reporter Carrie Davis worked with her family to complete the 2018 FIFA World Cup Russia 3D Puzzle. Credit: Newsday / Pat Mullooly

I was chosen to review the 2018 FIFA World Cup Russia 3D Puzzle (Ravensburger). It is a 540-piece puzzle and has plastic pieces.

On the back of each piece is the puzzle piece’s number. It also has little arrows pointing to where the next piece in numerical order should go. For example, if I am holding piece 244 and it has an arrow pointing right, then piece 245 will go where the arrow is pointing.

You can do the puzzle as many times as you want because there is no glue needed. Since I play soccer, I had a general idea of what the puzzle was supposed to look like and where the pieces should go.

When the puzzle is done, it will have the design of the actual soccer ball that was used in this year’s World Cup. You can display the puzzle wherever you want because it comes with a display stand. It is great to do with friends and family. You use teamwork to build it.

I built this puzzle with my dad and my brother, and we had a lot of fun! I highly recommend getting this puzzle and building it with friends and family.

Eileen DeCarmine’s fifth-grade class, Laddie A. Decker Sound Beach School, Miller Place

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