Easy & Free Printable Jigsaw Puzzles for Children Category listed: Cards

Easy & Free Printable Jigsaw Puzzles for Children

Jigsaw puzzles are still a favorite activity for children even after hundreds of years. In fact, jigsaw puzzles were invented in 1767 and have captured the imagination of both children and adults ever since. These puzzles can range from simple three or four-piece puzzles for young toddlers to puzzles with thousands of pieces for jigsaw masters.

Pictures vary from one puzzle to the next. Some are fans of puzzles with famous landmarks or beautiful landscapes. Others enjoy putting together puzzles of their favorite cartoon characters. As you know, though, children are prone to losing little puzzle pieces. Rather than spending money on puzzles at the toy store, you can print your very own puzzles right from home featuring your child’s favorite characters. The free printable games category on PrintablesFree.com has a variety of games including crossword puzzles, word searches, mazes, board games and puzzles.

Changing the Jigsaw Puzzles regularly

It’s a good idea to change the Pictures for the Jigsaw Puzzles regularly, that you Child or Toddler enjoys the activity and get not bored from the same theme over and over again.

Solving Jigsaw Puzzles is an essential activity for every child. Especially for the improvements of the visual recondition and haptic skills. To bring more variety on the table, we crated some Jigsaw Puzzles. The best thing is, that you can download it for free.

Printing and Preparing the Jigsaw Puzzle

From our experience there is a bit of preparation needed. Only cutting out the puzzle peaces on a paper does not serve the haptic experience of a good puzzle for your child.

We recommend using a cardboard in the same size as the paper you printed the puzzle on. In the second step use a spray adhesive from your craft store. Spray a thin layer on the card and the paper. Put the cardboard and the paper together. Press the paper to the cardboard as evenly as possible. Let it dry for a while. When the sheet is dry, you can start to cut the puzzle peaces.

With these step’s your child gets a perfect experience in trying and solving the next DIY Jigsaw Puzzle.

For Toddlers

Toddlers love seeing their favorite characters in board games and puzzles. We offer everything from Winnie the Pooh to Disney Princesses and cars in our free printable board games section. You’ll also find the childhood favorite Tic Tac Toe in a variety of color schemes. That game never gets old whether you’re five years old or 50! All of these activities are easily printed right from your home computer and can be customized to add your child’s name to the top. Just use the print now or customize button to have your jigsaw puzzle or board game within minutes.

Disney Princess Puzzles

Disney Princesses are the favorite of young girls everywhere. From two to 20, girls never outgrow the magic associated with each princess’s fairy tale. With this free printable princess jigsaw puzzle, your little girl can enjoy favorites like Ariel, Belle, Pocahontas, Cinderella, Snow White, Jasmine and other popular princesses. Each princess is adorned in her traditional dress, making the princesses easily recognizable to anyone who has read the books or watched the movies. Jigsaw puzzles are a great way to spend time together as a family doing a simple activity that everyone enjoys. Add your child’s name to the top of the puzzle for a special touch, or add each princess’s name on her dress to help your child learn their names.

To make the puzzle pieces sturdier, first print the puzzle and glue it to poster board or cardboard. After the puzzle has dried thoroughly, cut the puzzle into pieces carefully. Older children can cut out the pieces themselves, but be sure to monitor them carefully when using sharp objects like scissors. This puzzle would be a great favor idea for a Disney Princess-themed birthday party or slumber party. Just print out the pieces and make them sturdier as mentioned earlier, tie them up with some tulle and add a ribbon to the top. Don’t forget to add an image of what the puzzle is supposed to look like once it’s completed. Here’s a picture of the puzzle below.

Free Printable Jigsaw Puzzles

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