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By December 5, 2013

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Christmas Jigsaw Puzzles to Play Online
Celebrate the holidays by piecing together these free online Christmas jigsaw puzzles featuring Santa Claus, Christmas trees, the Nativity and other holiday scenes. A new jigsaw puzzle every day!
Today's Puzzle - Christmas Eve (99 pcs)

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Can Puzzles Increase Your IQ?
Studies have shown that "mental aerobics", such as solving puzzles, are an important part of a healthy lifestyle. But, can they actually help increase your IQ? Eighty-five per cent of readers believe they do. What do you think?

Reader's Respond: Do you think solving puzzles makes you smarter?
We'd enjoy hearing your comments, observations or personal experiences.

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January 12, 2010 at 9:26 pm
(1) Mary says:

Solving puzzles is probably a good way to teach a child various solving skills, resulting in better linear thinking. Being ‘smart’ requires such a skill.

April 27, 2010 at 6:52 am
(2) Peter Biddlecombe says:

I’m very sceptical about the claims made for benefits of crossword solving and the like. If you observe that people who do crosswords have better brains in some way, there are three possible explanations: (a) doing crosswords makes you brainier, (b) brainy people are more likely to do crosswords, (c) both. Before you tell people to do crosswords to become brainier, you need a reason to believe that it’s (a) rather than (or as much as) (b).

April 27, 2010 at 1:37 pm
(3) psezulz says:

while peter is right to question the validity of the theory, it certainly won’t make someone dumber so, go ahead and encourage people. do those crosswords and other word games. the brain is a muscle and any muscle that is not exercised will atrophy.

April 14, 2011 at 7:46 pm
(4) Taron says:

3OPZqT Very true! Makes a caghne to see someone spell it out like that. :)

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