In today's puzzle we feature some blue tennis court seats. Made out of plastic and metal these kinds of seat are used around various types of sports fields and courts. Put the pieces back together, grab a seat and let's watch a tennis match.Image Source /Credit: Daily Jigsaw Puzzles
Another fun and challenging puzzle is here. In this new one we feature lots and lots of corn kernels. Corn kernels are the fruits of maize. One ear of corn contains roughly 800 kernels in 16 rows. Corn is a popular food throughout the world. It can be eaten raw off the cob, although it is usually preferred cooked. It is used in breakfast cereals. It is ground into flour and used as an ingredient. It is also fed to animals.
This fun a challenging puzzle is based on paper print made in the 1800's. It depicts a view of a village street. In the foreground you can see a shepherd and his flock of sheep, a boy and his two horses pulling a plow, a school house with children and their teacher in the left corner and a lot of other interesting details of how live looked in a small village in the 1800s.
In today's puzzle we feature an old cartwheel. Old cartwheels were made out of wood, had wooden spokes and metal tyres. Over millennia the overall appearance and design of the wheel barely changed. Subtle changes to the design such as dishing and staggered spokes, made a massive improvement to the strength of the wheel whilst reducing its weight. So, now that you know a bit more about cartwheels, click start and enjoy today's puzzle.
In today's puzzle we're going back in time to the 1800s to see how mail was delivered by steamboat. A steamboat uses the power of steam to drive propellers or paddlewheels. Steamboats where first developed at the end of the 1700s and used to transport people and cargo along the waters of rivers, lakes, seas and even oceans. With the introduction of modern internal combustion engines the steam powered ones where phased out and replaced in the 1900s.
The most common type of dice is the six-sided die (the one featured in this puzzle), often referred to as a "D6," which has dots on each face, representing the numbers 1 through 6. However, there are many other types of dice with different numbers of faces, such as four-sided (d4), eight-sided (d8), ten-sided (d10), twelve-sided (d12), and twenty-sided (d20) dice, among others. They are made of various materials, such as plastic, wood, or metal and come in a variety of sizes, colors and designs. In today's puzzle we feature some black and white d6 dice on a wooden table. Pick your difficulty level, put the pieces back together and see let us know how many dice are there in the image. Have fun!
Garden croton, fire croton or variegated croton is native to Indonesia, Malaysia, Australia, and the western Pacific Ocean islands, growing in open forests and scrub. Depending on the cultivar, the leaves may be ovate to linear, entire to deeply lobed or crinkled, and variegated with green, white, purple, orange, yellow, red, or pink. In tropical climates, crotons are popular as garden or decorative patio plants. In colder climates they can survive only as house plants or in greenhouses.
Time for another fun and challenging puzzle. In this new one we feature lots and lots of yellow rubber ducks. If you didn't know, Rubber ducks were invented in the late 1800s and are believed to improve developmental skills in kids when playing in or with water. Pick your difficulty level and give it a try! Have fun!
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