- Great for groups and families
- Full color insert
- Educational poster
- Box: 12" x 2" x 12"
- Puzzle: 23 inch diameter
- Winner of the Oppenheim Platinum Award
eeBoo's Votes for Women 500 Piece Puzzle celebrates great people who contributed to the Suffrage Movement. These brave individuals fought to give women and people of color the right to vote. All men and women are created equal and deserve to be heard. Remember to vote and exercise the right these women and men fought so hard for.
Monica Garwood (@monicagarwood) is the San Francisco-based illustrator of our Votes for Women puzzle and flashcards! Monica is inspired by Frida Kahlo and Joan Brown, two female painters who “created beautiful, meaningful work in an industry that was mostly a man’s world.” As an illustrator, she loved learning about Nina E. Allendar, featured in Votes for Women puzzle, who drew strong, powerful women in the suffrage movement.
This was fabulous - not only the challenge of the puzzle but the booklet that tells about each person on the puzzle. I learned so much. And we are passing it around a group of women - when one completes it they sign the box and give it to another woman. Who knows how far it will go!
I love that this puzzle is just 500 pieces. It was easy to complete in an afternoon. I really enjoyed it. Again, another high quality eeboo puzzle that is well made. Pieces fit together nicely and are easy to distinguish.
This puzzle provided a way to help teach two nine year olds about women and voting. The poster with individual’s mini bios was great. I highly recommend this puzzle.
A present for my my sister and her wife - both of whom are puzzle lovers. They reported that this was fun, entertaining and somewhat educational. Can't ask for more than that!
This puzzle was a Christmas gift from my daughter. It was a joy to work on, just enough of a challenge without becoming frustrated! I particularly appreciated the insert with information about each of the brave, dedicated and courageous women pictured. Now that I’ve completed the puzzle, I’ll pass along to one of my old Girl Scout members who is now a GS leader herself, and working with her troop as they learn about the 19th Amendment.