"Learn through doing" was Ravensburger founder Otta Majer's philosophy when he founded the brand in 1883, and he's stuck to it from the first toy he created—a game based on bestseller <i>Around the World in 80 Days</i>—to the card games, puzzles, books, and craft kits in the collection today. The number one company in Europe for puzzles and handicraft products, Ravensburger appeals to kids and parents alike, making learning as fun as playtime.
Imaginative activities the whole family can enjoy.
Elsa and Anna costumes, sticker books, and more of the stuff they're still obsessed with.
Sitting by the living room fire with a puzzle is a pastime the whole family can enjoy, and Europe's number one puzzle maker sells some of the most creative ones on the market. The best part: Many aren't meant to be put together on a flat surface, so you and your little one can build a globe, or even a pyramid!
3-D puzzles, board games, and more keep kids entertained when it’s too hot to play outside.