DIY Puzzle Fun
Create your own jigsaw puzzle using a blown-up family photo, and reconstruct the image as many times as you like. Here's how kids can make this gift.
Sponges are easy to handle and fun to play with, and your child will love putting these simple, three-piece puzzles together.
Recycle materials found in your home to make trendy curtains for your child's bedroom. An old puzzle and some string is the perfect place to start.
Help your first grader practice sight words with this fun activity. Learn how to put together a puzzle while practicing common sight words.
This reading activity combines some of the most common sight words with a pictograph puzzle that's sure to keep your kindergartener engaged.
Help your child understand that letters, put in a certain order, make words. In this fun activity she'll get to make her own puzzle, and practice letters, too!
Celebrate African heritage by making your very own jigsaw puzzle of a beautiful African landscape.
Turn leftover puzzle pieces into a one-of-a-kind necklace that's sure to brighten any outfit.
Practicing letters and words by writing them out is all well and good, but spelling out your practice words with old puzzle pieces is a lot more fun!
Repurpose an empty cereal box into a simple puzzle kids can assemble over and over again. No milk required!
Does your child love puzzles? In this activity, he'll use craft sticks to design and create an original puzzle of his own!