Saturday, June 27, 2020

Bookishly fun puzzles and games - various bookwraps



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Bookishly Fun Puzzles and Games for Kids and Teens
by Dena McMurdie








Dena read Jack London's White Fang in the third grade and has loved children's books ever since. She reads, blogs, and paints in North Carolina where she lives with her husband and three children. You can also find her at her blog, Batch of Books, where she writes about children's, middle grade, and young adult books.



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If you’re looking for some screen-free activities to keep your kids occupied, happy, and out of your hair, you’re in luck. My kids love books of puzzles and games. We use them as boredom busters while my kids are out of school, on vacation, or during quiet time. Here are some fantastic books and puzzles that you’ll want to have on hand all summer long.









by Tiger Tales, illustrated by Fhiona Galloway

Take a trip to the farm with this adorable puzzle and matching sticker book. Young children will enjoy piecing together the sturdy puzzle to reveal a bustling farm scene. Once they’re finished with the puzzle, crack open the reusable sticker book for extra fun.
(Ages 3 – 6)







by Highlights

Perfect for preschoolers, this book of nursery rhymes features age-appropriate mazes, matching games, hidden pictures, stickers, and other activities. Young children will love completing the puzzles and games in this interactive book.
(Ages 3 – 6)





by Barbara Park, illustrated by Denise Brunkus

Join beloved children’s book character Junie B. Jones in completing this book of puzzles. You’ll find mazes, dot-to-dots, writing activities, word games, secret codes, and more. This book of games and puzzles is perfect for fans of the classic series.
(Ages 6 – 9)







by Mary Pope Osborne and Natalie Pope Boyce, illustrated by Sal Murdocca

Jack and Annie have been on dozens of adventures, and now kids can go on their own magic tree house adventure with this book of puzzles. With over 200 interactive challenges taken from the popular series, kids can dive deeper into the world of the magic tree house.

(Ages 6 – 9)




by Highlights

Most kids can pore over hidden picture puzzles for hours on end, and this book offers them a unique challenge. Fold-out the pages to expose a 16-foot long puzzle, then see how many of the 280 hidden items you can locate.
(Ages 7+)




by Highlights

Avid puzzlers looking for a challenge will go nuts over this big book. From mazes and hidden pictures to Sudoku and logic puzzles, kids will find no shortage of games to keep their minds sharp. Hand your kid this book and a pencil and watch as they get lost in hours of fun.
(Ages 8 – 12)




by National Geographic Kids

Being an astronaut isn’t all fun and games—unless you’re deep in the pages of this book. Filled with facts, photos, and puzzles, this activity book should be on the shelf of every young space enthusiast. For young animal lovers, check out the companion book, National Geographic Kids Puzzle Book of Animals.
(Ages 8 – 12)




by Rachel Ignotofsky

Explore the Earth’s ecosystems with this 500 piece jigsaw puzzle. Perfect for kids (and adults) that love science and nature, this puzzle makes a fantastic rainy day activity. So the next time you’re stuck inside with nothing to do, take this puzzle out and start snapping pieces together.
(Ages 10+)


by Rachel Ignotofsky

Fans of the popular book Women in Science will love the matching puzzle. Meet some of the most influential female scientists in history as you piece together this 500 piece jigsaw puzzle. It’s a great activity to do as a family or individually.
(Ages 10+)


by Rachel Ignotofsky

Fans of the popular book Women in Science will love the matching puzzle. Meet some of the most influential female scientists in history as you piece together this 500 piece jigsaw puzzle. It’s a great activity to do as a family or individually.
(Ages 10+)



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