Archive for August, 2011

Here it is!  The newest FREE game for your Kindle:  Jigsaw Words.

In each Jigsaw Words puzzle, you start with a set of 10 clues.  You also have a set of randomly arranged puzzle pieces with letters on them. Your goal is to solve the clues in the puzzle by arranging the puzzle pieces so that the letters form the word that matches each clue.  Start with the easiest clues first.  As you use each puzzle piece, it is removed from play, making it easier to find the more difficult matches. 

You can also shuffle the grid of puzzle pieces at any time for a different perspective.Jigsaw Words has 100 puzzles and each puzzle has 10 clues to solve. The puzzles are organized into 10 themed categories like Holidays and Animals, and you can use the theme to help you solve the clues.

Click here to get it now!  Enjoy 🙂

Now that kids are back in school, Kindle has come out with new tools to help them develop their math and language skills.  From learning the alphabet to mastering fractions, there’s 12 educational titles to choose from that will help kids prepare for the coming school year.  Best part about it is that they are on sale for just $0.99 each through August 29th.

The 12 titles include:

  1. Math Star
  2. Spelling Star
  3. Ultimate Math Skill Quiz
  4. Flash Cards:  Basic Math for Kids
  5. Scripps Spelling Bee: Word Games
  6. Letter Landers
  7. Flash Cards:  Fraction for Kids
  8. Flash Cards:  Alphabet and Spelling for Kids
  9. Flash Cards:  Animals for Kids
  10. Ultimate Shakespeare Quiz
  11. Spelling Star Spanish Edition
  12. Flash Cards:  Foods for Kids

Want to see what each title has to offer in more detail?  Click this link here now.

Remember these are on sale for a limited time only (Ends August 29)

Happy Learning 🙂

This game pack comes with 100 puzzles.  Below is a breakdown of everything you get:

  1. 20 Sudoku puzzles
  2. 8 American style crosswords
  3. 7 British style quick crosswords
  4. 15 Word searches
  5. 10 Codewords
  6. 10 Cryptograms
  7. 10 Symbol Blocks
  8. 10 Compass points
  9. 10 Criss-Cross puzzles

You can play at your own pace or you can make it challenging and play against the clock.  You can also save your games, so if you need to stop for any reason you can always return where you left off.

If you love puzzles as a way to stimulate a few brain cells or just to pass time, you can’t beat 100 puzzles for $0.99.  Click here to get it now!