21 Blogs Featuring the Best Puzzles Kids Can Make or Solve

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From simple shape puzzles as a toddler to the crossword puzzle in the newspaper as an adult, solving puzzles is an activity that’s fun for everyone. Young children can benefit from puzzles because they help them work on their ability to solve problems, apply reason to find a solution and successfully deduce an answer, according to Barbara White, an educator and author of the article Are Jigsaw Puzzles Educational? White also notes that solving puzzles helps physically with hand/eye coordination. These 21 blogs will provide ways to make your own jigsaw puzzles, as well as supply puzzles where your kids can solve logic and work out brain teasers.

Jigsaw

Instead of spending money purchasing jigsaw puzzles at the store – a practice that can get expensive if you only assemble them once – try your hand at making your own puzzles to put together. These seven blogs will provide a variety of ways you can create your own jigsaw puzzles to solve.

Logic

Logic puzzles like Sudoku are a great way to provide a workout for your brain. These puzzles vary in difficulty, so you can start your kids off with the easy ones and slowly increase the level of difficulty as they master each. Learning to solve these types of puzzles lets your child practice critical thinking and reasoning skills according to Deborah Reynolds, an educator certified in K-12 gifted education. The more puzzles a child works on, the more comfortable he will become with the thought process required for solving puzzles. In these seven blogs you will find a variety of logic puzzles that you can provide for your child.

Brain Teasers

You’ve probably heard people say that you have to think outside of the box to solve a problem.  Well, solving brain teasers will train your child’s brain to think outside the box in everything he does, not just when he’s solving a puzzle. Take a look at these seven blogs to find puzzles for you and your kids to try.

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