This is my latest puzzle publication. It’s in this month’s issue of Highlights Magazine (May 2010), page 24. Usually when a person submits something to a magazine, its final format is dramatically different than what was originally sent due to the addition of illustrations, etc. This puzzle, surprisingly, is EXACTLY like how I submitted it down [...]
Spinning on a Ferris Wheel is loads of fun. Solve the puzzle to find out an interesting fact about this fab carnival ride. Click on the picture for a larger version. This puzzle was published in Highlights for Children, October 2009, page 30.
Take a virtual tour of Church History sites by completing this puzzle. Click on the picture for a printable version. “Church History Tour” was published in the Friend magazine in December 2009 on page 48.
Find out the name of a special leader by solving this puzzle. A readable version of the puzzle can be obtained by clicking on the picture. This puzzle was published in the Friend, April 2008, page 23.
How are you at solving word searches? Try your hand at this puzzle and learn a little about the Smith family in the process. Click on the picture for a readable version of the puzzle. (Published in the Friend, June 2007, page 26)
Blessings come from living the Word of Wisdom. To find out one promised blessing, solve the puzzle. Click on the picture for a larger version. (Unless, of course, you have super-human eyesight and can read the script on this tiny picture!) This puzzle was published in November 2006 in the Friend on page 7.
Find out seven facts about baptism by solving this puzzle. Click on the picture for a larger version. The original published version is at the Friend, August 2008, page 26.
This puzzle teaches the importance of specific types of prayers. Solve by clicking on the picture and using the code to decipher the answers. This puzzle was published in the Friend in September 2008 on page 26.
After completing this puzzle, you’ll know the names of six special witnesses. Click on the picture for a larger version of the puzzle. This puzzle was published in the Friend in October 2008 on page 17.
In “Key-Coded Composers,” you’ll find out the names of five classical composers by using the musical code. Click on the picture to see a larger version. This puzzle was published in Highlights for Children, October 2008, page 39.