Review of Wheels on the Bus Jingle Puzzle

 Review of Wheels on the Bus Jingle Puzzle

Buddy loves music so when Liz contacted me to ask if we want to review Wheels on the Bus Jingle Puzzles, Buddy was excited. As soon as it came through, I asked him which one he wanted to review and he said Wheels on the Bus. So Wheels on the bus it was. Here’s a video of him singing it:

The Jingle Puzzle contains a jigsaw, stickers, activity sheet & a CD of Wheels on the Bus and other action songs it is fun. Buddy could complete the jigsaw himself and he was rather proud of himself. I was showing him the notes and explaining all about how people read music. He was also rather excited to find out that he got a sticker at the end of it for completing the jigsaw.







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Disclaimer: We were sent the Jingle Puzzle free in return for this review.  All opinions expressed are our own.


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74 thoughts on “Review of Wheels on the Bus Jingle Puzzle

  1. Caroline Kelly

    My daughter – nearly 2 likes wind the bobbin and the wheels on the bus – or boose should I say, she has just started to try and sing along – v cute!

  2. Hilda Hazel wright

    I love the Wheels on the Bus, I have a book with various moving parts that makes it really good fun…I take it with me on various babysitting and grandparenting missions!

  3. Sue Robinson

    Twinkle Twinkle little star, makes me think of christmas but my little one sings it all the time with actions :)

  4. Leigh Larkin

    Easy. Old MacDonald. We have a sing-a-long book and our LO aged 10 months happily sings along when she presses the button!

  5. Michelle Kinsey

    My son loves Twinkle Twinkle little star, although he sings ‘twinkle twinkle Daniels star’ as my brother passed away just before my son was born and my son believes he’s a star, which is quite sweet.

  6. beryl

    Sounds great fun, would be loved by my littlies of 3 and 1, one loves singing the rhymes the other just grins and makes noises


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