Puzzles as Learning Tools

By Catherine Eagleson Using puzzles as e-learning tools is an innovative way for business and educational organisations to present their material  It is a very cost-effective form of training and it allows employees or students to do the training whenever it suits them. When designing your e-course you will need to build in some form […]

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Puzzles Help Mental Stability During a Pandemic 

by Sumaiya Kabir One of the best ways to stay mentally strong in this new norm, without losing your mind of course, is through solving puzzles. There are researches conducted and scientific explanations provided on thecorrelation between puzzles and mental health. This game is one of the cogitative activities that reduces anxiety and promotes overall mental well-being. Through untangling puzzles, you can: Exercise your little grey cells Manage boredom in an enjoyable way Connect with your family and […]

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Catch up with friends by solving puzzles

By Catherine Eagleson Many people are struggling with the ‘new normal’ brought on by COVID-19. Solving puzzles can help them to develop good coping strategies to combat this. At a time where people around the world are having their movements severely restricted movement it is important to find activities to keep occupied when isolating at […]

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Puzzling Together in Quarantine

by Catherine Eagleson With the current COVID-19 quarantine restrictions in place worldwide, research shows that educational and engaging pastimes such as a puzzle have never been more important. Puzzling activities such as crosswords (quick, general knowledge and cryptic), codewords, sudoku and trivia quizzes are all wonderful for keeping you engaged and focused, individually and in a […]

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How To Solve Codewords

by Catherine Eagleson Codewords are crosswords without written clues.  You are provided with a grid, and each square contains a number 1 to 26 (ie. the letters of the alphabet).   You are given a small number of letters to start you off.  Your challenge is to study the numerical patterns in the grid, and using […]

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Types of Word Puzzle Games

by Anne Maybus There are a number of different types of word puzzle games that you can solve to keep your brain fit and healthy.  Whatever your favourite, you can solve them leisurely on your own, or with a group of friends.  A morning/afternoon coffee break is ideal. Crosswords Did you know that there are […]

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