Jigsaw Puzzles

Jigsaw puzzles were created in 1760 by John Spilsbury, a British engraver.  He mounted a map on a sheet of wood, sawed it into geographic pieces and used the pieces to assist in teaching geography.  Even today jigsaw puzzles are used as a learning tool.  In addition, jigsaw puzzles are a great family activity, a way to build memories with loved ones, help to develop motor skills, and relax the mind (almost like painting, one stroke or puzzle piece at a time).

Paintings and artwork are no longer just for the walls, Ohio Artist Terri Meyer, has created jigsaw puzzles out of several of her most popular paintings.

Try our free online digital puzzle below.

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