Ravensburger and Brio Have the Perfect Holiday Gift for Everyone on Your List


Thank you to Ravensburger, Think Fun, and Brio for the products. All thoughts and opinions are my own. 

Christmas is quickly approaching and I know some of you are already buying presents. Buying for kids can prove to be difficult. You want to get them something that is age appropriate and a gift that will promote interest and creativity throughout the year. Ravensberger has such a wide range of games, puzzles, and other wonderful products for all of the people on your Christmas list this year. 

Selecting the perfect gift can be stressful. You want it to be age appropriate, something that'll last, and something that will actually be appreciated. For kids who are into trains, cars, and games, I've found the best gifts with Ravensburger and Brio.



In 1883, Otto Maier wanted to create a company that combined education and entertainment. Starting with educational and family games, how-to books, presentation folders for craftspeople, and children's stories then adding instructions for model construction and amateur art, Otto Maier's company had published over 1000 products by his death in 1925. 

Maier's three sons managed the company after his death and continued the tradition of keeping the products educational and entertaining. Children's activity and craftsmanship books were very popular. In the 1950s, games became more popular and Ravensburger continued to create engaging games for all ages. 

Brio also has a rich history dating back to 1884 in Sweden. Making toys and games for all kids of all ages, Brio was purchased by Ravensburger. When you're looking for any toys or games that are made with passion and the motivation to engage the participants, look no further than Ravensburger. 



Both of my kids love Mickey so this is sure to be a hit.


I love games that have very hands-on and visual appeal. This has so many tactile elements that Hendrix will play it over and over again.


Puzzles! I love puzzles and so does Hendrix. Maverick is still little, but wants to do everything his big brother does so he attempts or helps. They also love Toy Story (who doesn't) so both puzzles are a win-win.


Trains, trains, and more trains. Trains are going quite often in this house and the accessories and new tracks always make it more exciting. Maverick loves animals in anything so he'll like this most. 


King Me! is a wonderful strategic game. I'm very much looking forward to playing this game over the holidays with our families.


Heads Talk, Tails Walk is a wonderful game for the littles. Hendrix loves participating and doing the motions. If your little doesn't necessarily like to sit and play a card game or board game, this is a game to introduce to them.

Want it? Buy it!

Snuggle Time $24.99

Ravensburger Toy Story Puzzle $9.18

Ravensburger Toy Story Floor Puzzle $16.30

Friends of a Feather $19.99

Brio My First Farm $53.29

King Me! $24.99

Heads Talk, Tails Walk $14.99


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Not only was I a fan of these companies to begin with, but I love all of these ideas because they aren't one and done; the kids can play with them over and over again.

Which Ravensburger, Think Fun, or Brio product caught your eye first?


2 comments

  1. These are such cute gift ideas. I love the "My First Farm"

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    1. All of their products are so well made and wonderful for the imagination.

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