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How to Glue and Display A Finished Puzzle

Gluing your completed puzzle together is a wonderful way to keep your puzzle for a lifetime. It transforms the puzzle into one seamless piece, showcasing your finished puzzle that took you hours to complete. It is also a great conversation piece, creating an original piece of artwork in your home. While gluing a puzzle may seem like a complicated task, it’s actually a very easy, affordable, and even fun project!

10 Fun Indoor Family Activities on a Budget

On days when rain or cold weather keeps us inside, it can be difficult to keep everyone entertained. Luckily, there are several fun in-home activities for both kids and adults that won’t break the bank. Avoid cabin fever with these ten activities!

How to Host a Jigsaw Puzzle Competition

Have you ever thought about hosting a jigsaw puzzle competition in your town? A puzzle competition can be great to host as a fundraising event or simply just to bring your community together for some fun. If you’re wondering what a jigsaw puzzle competition is and what tools you need to hold one of your own, look no further! We’ve got some useful information and hosting tips for you right here....

Flex Your Brain Muscles with a Jigsaw Puzzle

There’s always conversation about our physical health and its benefits, but what about our brain health? Considering that the human brain is the most vital of organs, keeping it healthy should be a top priority. In addition to being physically active and eating healthy it is important to exercise your brain with creative and challenging activities. Participating in mind-stimulating activities in one’s early to middle years can greatly reduce one’s risk at developing brain related diseases at an older age. Studies have shown that people who keep their brains active on a regular basis are much less likely to develop brain plaques that are associated with Alzheimer’s disease...

How Jigsaw Puzzles Help Boost Children’s Learning Development

Jigsaw puzzles are a great way to spend time together as a family. They are also a great learning tool for children and can be used to teach shapes, words, colors, and geography. Research conducted by the University of Chicago has found Children who play with jigsaw puzzles between the ages of two and four are proven to later develop advanced spatial skills. These skills are not only important for child development, but aid in the success in science, technology, engineering, and mathematic (STEM) fields...