A few years ago, I wrote a post about a site called, “Puzzle Your Kids.” Hosted by the author of the Puzzling World of Winston Breen series, Eric Berlin (@puzzlereric), “Puzzle Your Kids” provided a free puzzle each week, as well as a $5 monthly subscription for more puzzles. It looks like there have been a few changes, and the site has a new name and new home, along with a new price. It is now called, “Puzzlesnacks.” You can still get a subscription, but it is at the bargain price of $3 per month. Weekly puzzles continue to be free downloads, and there are other puzzle packs you can purchase in the online shop. This page describes the approximate independence level of puzzle solvers, from the age of 8 and up. I highly recommend adults working on these with children, as that type of modeling from my own parents is how I grew up to love logic and problem solving as well as develop a certain amount of perseverance. In fact, my dad and I still semi-compete in solving a weekly mega-Sudoku puzzle that keeps my skills sharpened and my ego humble.
And no, I’m not exactly sure what language the crossword puzzle in the image below is (Greek, maybe?), but I thank the person on Pixabay who shared it.