There’s been something I’ve wanted to do for a long time, but I got around to it. That is building puzzles for my books.
Okay, maybe some backstory is needed here.
My mom often told stories about how I would do word searches before I could even read. Sure, why not? Let’s face it: letters are nothing but visual pictures. You don’t need the sound attached to understand that “BEACH” is one type of visual picture that you match to “BEACH” in a word search.
I enjoy doing the puzzles where you compare pictures and look for the differences. Or finding hidden things in images.
Now, I admit that I am not the biggest fan of crossword puzzles, but I use to design them by hand on graph paper. Creating them was so much more fun than solving. I also made several word searches. Today, our world makes it even easier. I love technology!
Anyway, I designed a quick puzzle for Quest for the Three Books. I’m excited to see how this works.
If you want to try the puzzle online, click here. I tried this on my phone and it worked very nicely. I was impressed.
If you want to download a PDF of the puzzle to print and complete (or write on the PDF), then click here.
Please let me know if you enjoyed this. If the response is positive, I’m likely to create more.