Puzzle Day

Puzzle Day comes on January 29 of every year. Puzzles are questions that are tough to solve. It requires some unique skills to solve those problems. Puzzles are in different forms namely Crossword Puzzles, Word Search, Jigsaw, Anagrams, Sudoku and Rubik’s Cube. Games like Crossword Puzzles, Anagrams and Word Search are very helpful in increasing the person’s vocabulary and language skills. On the other hand, the games like Sudoku and Rubik’s Cake are very useful in developing persons mathematical and logical thinking skills. Whereas, Jigsaws will be helpful in increasing the Visual and Patience Skills of human beings. Hence Puzzle Day is a great day to play puzzles before you put into work whether it is a crossword, word search, jigsaw or anything.

History of Puzzle Day

Jodi Jill Professional Quiz Maker and Syndicated Puzzle Maker, created the Puzzle Day in 2002 to express her enjoyment in solving the puzzles. She developed classroom lessons for Puzzle Day and the celebration of Puzzle Day has grown gradually from there. More than fun and entertainment, playing puzzles will have some health benefits. Solving Puzzles in the morning before you put into the work will speed up your brain. Solving problems will help the children will help them to work together, and it will enhance problem-solving skills. Moreover, it will improve creativity, concentration and memory power.

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How to celebrate Puzzle Day

Celebrating the Puzzle Day is quite easy. Solve the puzzle early in the morning with a cup of coffee before you putting into work, school, college or anything. You can create a puzzle party and solve them with the friends and family members. Study more about the history of puzzles and their benefits. Peoples can use #PuzzleDay to express their feeling on the social media.

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