By “playing around” with puzzles, you are keeping your mind sharp and alert. Below are several different types of puzzles, good for any age.
The Problem Site: Types of games included are math, strategy, puzzles, word, and printables.
A Daily Brain Teaser: After you figure out the answer, you can submit it to find out if you are a weekly winner. Answers posted weekly.
Set Daily Puzzle: This comes from a card game creator site, but you can play the game through this link without making a purchase.
Brain Boosters from Discovery Education: Here, the puzzles are sorted by type- lateral thinking, reasoning, word play, and math puzzles. Suitable for all ages.
Brain Teasers & Math Puzzles:This page contains the ever-growing list of mainly math puzzles with immediate scoring. It will give you hints and explanations as you solve the puzzles, rated from easy to hard.
Also, the library has a great collection of puzzle books that would be great for family night, parties, or just to stop the boredom that winter can sometimes bring.
Minute mysteries : brainteasers, puzzlers, and stories to solve. Written by Jennifer Hirsch and Teri Witkowski.
Workout for a balanced brain. Written by Philip Carter.
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