“SOS Children’s Villages” collection of solidarity puzzles

“SOS Children’s Villages” collection of solidarity puzzles

By |2018-04-23T12:39:08+00:0023/04/2018|News|

Throughout its history, Educa has aimed to develop quality educational products to provide entertainment and learning to children through games. With this purpose in mind, a solidarity project has been launched with proceeds coming from the sale of children’s puzzles in collaboration with SOS Children’s Villages. The “SOS Children’s Villages” puzzle collection is made up of three puzzles for children, and a percentage of sales will go to projects to help children, young people and families in vulnerable situations.

The puzzles in the “SOS Children’s Villages” collection are illustrated by artists from around the world and are designed for various age groups.

 

Animals, by Julien Chung, consists of 2 puzzles each containing 20 pieces. Canadian illustrator Julien Chung presents his inimitable animals in the most entertaining situations. Suitable for ages 3+.

 

Paris & London, from Apanona, invites you to travel in your imagination to two of the great European capitals. Thanks to the illustrations of Laia Orriols we visit London and Paris in 2 puzzles each containing 48 pieces. Suitable for ages 4+.

 

World map, by Sean Sims, is a journey of 200 pieces exploring a wide range of places and cultures all over the world. The British artist Sean Sims is the man behind the illustrations. Suitable for ages 6+.

 

SOS Children’s Villages was founded in 1949 and is currently present in 134 countries. Its mission is to care for children and young people by providing a family and a home for those who cannot live with their parents, helping the most vulnerable families to prevent parents and children from being separated and accompanying young people who need to be integrated both socially and professionally.