Last Updated on December 29, 2017 by ellen
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Are you looking for a few last-minute gift ideas for the kids? When you are looking to entertain the little ones while you need to get some work done, a good activity book is the answer. There are so many things that need to be done this close to the holidays that keeping the kids occupied for even a little way can be a huge help. I have received product for this post. This post contains affiliate links, and I will receive compensation if you make a purchase after clicking on my links.
Totally Brain-Busting Number Puzzles
There are so many great coloring/activity books out there, but I like one that really makes them think and helps them learn without realizing it. After all, what kid is going to want to entertain themselves if they think it won’t be fun?
The Totally Brain-Busting Number Puzzles is just that book to satisfy parents and to entertain the kids. There are over 100 puzzles in this book. This puzzle book is filled with number pyramids, sudoku puzzles, number patterns, crack-the-codes, number searches, counting puzzles, dot-to-dot and many more puzzles. These puzzles are great for a variety of ages. Older brothers and sisters can have fun helping younger siblings with the harder puzzles. A great way to get your children to play together. Even parents will have fun with these puzzles.
My twelve year old found these puzzles to be fun and some challenging. I actually did some puzzles myself as well and found them really fun. This book did keep her entertained on a Sunday afternoon and plans on doing some more pages when she’s looking for something to do again. If you are looking for something to challenge your children, you need to get this book. It’s a wonderful addition to any child’s library of fun activity books.
Tess, a professional blogger and interior designer, enjoys reading and sharing children’s books and any learning activities with her children and grandchildren.