Puzzles, Logic Problems & Brain Teasers
Why You Need Puzzle for You Kids
Puzzles are very important for your kid's mental as well as physical growth. They learn maths, English, science and other subjects with fun and without boring classes. They can play Puzzles with the entire family and stay away from the screen.
Riddles: A Baker's Dozen That Tests Your Reasoning Skills
Riddles are fun and good exercise for the grey matter, but they can be frustrating. To solve most of the riddles contained in this article , you must not assume the obvious. See how you go with this baker's dozen.
How to Play Mancala, the Ancient "Count and Capture" Game
Mancala is actually considered to be the world’s oldest game. The word Mancala comes from the Arabic word naqala, which means “to move.”
The Joys of Making and Collecting Jigsaw Puzzles
Making and Collecting Jigsaw Puzzles is fun and enjoyable. Jigsaw Puzzles are great for the whole family, and a good hobby to have, you can collect the puzzles and they look great framed as artwork.
Math & Logic Games With Sand Timers for Kids
Logic and math problems using sand timers for early elementary school kids, ages 6-9. These hands-on reasoning questions are fun and educational. They start easy, but get more challenging as you go.
Ten Kindle Fire Games to Give Your Brain a Workout
Most mobile games are a dime a dozen, but these ten Kindle Fire Games are designed to make you think!
Food Quiz - Fun Free Trivia Questions with Answers
Gastronomic gourmets will whet their appetites with this mind-boggling food quiz.
Pangram Geek Games: From A to Z to the Star Trek Galaxy
A pangram is a sentence that contains all the letters in the alphabet. Try being a word geek: Making pangrams - and variations - can be a lot of fun!
Optical Illusions: The Trick of the Eye
Optical illusions are defined as being perceived images that are different from reality. This is caused by the eye obtaining information that is processed by the brain that gives a perception that does not match the physical measurement of the...
100 Fun Free General Knowledge and Trivia and Quiz Questions with Answers
Are you looking for a fun, lively and diverse quiz? Look no further! Suitable for all age groups and social settings, this 100 question free quiz is just for you.
100 Fun Free Trivia and Quiz Questions with Answers
Are you looking for a fun free quiz? Look no further! The next 100 quiz questions will offer diverse and challenging general knowledge questions, with the answers in italics right next to them!
Jigsaw Puzzles For Adults
Jigsaw Puzzles For Adults are more than just a great hobby, they are fun, addictive, and stress relieving. One thing that you might not be aware of is that doing jigsaw puzzles regularly helps to keep the brain active and according to the Alzheimer...
Helpful Tips For Solving the Jumble Word Puzzles
For over 30 years I have been solving the Jumble Puzzle in our local newspaper. At first I could unscramble the words, but the cartoon puzzle was my bug-a-boo. Now I am getting pretty good at solving both.
What Is The Game? What Is The Meaning Of "I Lost The Game"? You also just lost The Game.
Welcome to the infamous mind game and internet meme. A game called The Game, whose main rule is that you lose whenever you think of or say The Game. You should then say, 'I just lost the game'.
The History of PUZZLES
Puzzles. We all enjoy them. But where did they come from? Who was the first one to provide us with this pleasant pastime? In this article I will briefly discuss this history and origin of several popular puzzles. But first, the word "puzzle"...
Eye Tomfoolery! Some fun optical illusions
My youngest daughter and I love optical illusions. I've collected several that friends have sent us, and thought I'd share here. Hope you get a kick out of them! What do you see in this picture? Some see an angry gesture, others see the most...
The New York Times Crossword: History, Facts, and Puzzle Answers
The New York Times crossword is an iconic crossword solved by many people. This article shares some history, basic facts and answers to all puzzles of The New York Times crossword.
10 Lateral Thinking Problems
Lateral thinking problems are different to usual problems in that they require a sense of thinking outside the box. In some ways it's as much about what information isn't included in the question as what is. Here you will find what I think are ten...
Print Sudoku Puzzles
When the Sudoku craze came along a few years ago, I got swept up in it just like everyone else. I bought book after book of those puzzles and worked on them everyday. I couldn't get enough of them! But after a while, I got bored and needed a little...
How to Make Money by Creating and Selling Crossword Puzzles
Creating and selling crossword puzzles is a nice way to earn some extra money. This article tells you how to create crosswords, things to keep in mind and how much a crossword is worth to a newspaper.
How To Become A Quizzing Genius
Some of the best scenes in moves and television occur when a character demonstrates incredible general knowledge to the amazement of those around them. A famous example is the bar scene in Good Will Hunting. One recent example was in episode 3 of...
Real Optical Illusions
An optical illusion is a type of illusion characterized by visually perceived images that are deceptive or misleading. Information gathered by the eye is interpreted by the brain to give the perception that something is present when it is not. There...
Brain Teasers - Mess with your mind
My Mom’s nemesis was magic, for the life of her she needed to know ’how’ everything was done, would get frustrated when she couldn’t figure it out, yet seemed drawn to it like moths to a flame. She had to watch David Copperfield on TV,...
Improve your Sudoku skills (Intermediate)
A Sudoku puzzle. If you're a sudoku enthusiast like me, you probably have come across two types of sudokus. Those that are too easy and those that are way too hard. It seems like there's never anything in between. However, I've recently come across...