Did you know?

While you might know that you need to exercise your body, did you know that it is also important to exercise your mind?

You’ve probably heard the old adage “use it or lose it.” Many researchers do believe that this applies to your brain health too!

Puzzles are great Brain exercises

Research has shown that there are many ways you can hone your mental sharpness and help your brain stay healthy, no matter what age you are.

There is an assortment of puzzles to help boost your memory, concentration, and focus. They can make daily tasks quicker and easier to do, and keep your brain sharp as you get older.

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The Brain Training
Puzzle Pack!

Have you been searching for an activity book that has puzzles to challenge you?

This Brain Training Puzzle Pack is a fun way for teens, adults, or seniors to sharpen their minds. It includes 100+ Assorted Puzzles to keep you occupied for hours. Whether you are at home or traveling, you will become an all-around puzzler and improve your cognitive skills.


Word Searches

Magic Square


Sum Search

Word Scramble

Word Zig-Zag

Maze Challenge

The Snowman

Word Scrabble

Crossword Puzzles


From the novice to expert puzzler, this activity book makes a great gift for everyone

Why Is Mental Health important?

Everyone wants to live a happier life. Nurturing your mental health affects your overall way of life by:

The puzzles listed in this book have been proven to have numerous emotional and mental benefits. Each chapter will show you different brain-boosting activities.

1) Crossword Puzzles

Crossword puzzles are ideal for people who love words, general knowledge, and testing their problem-solving skills.

2) Mazes

Mazes are a perfect way to learn motor skills while also improving handwriting without having to write letters or sentences.

Mazes require you to search for all potential solutions. Scanning is a valuable skill for reading and writing since it is critical to scan books from the left to the right side of the page.

3) Word Searches

Word searches may seem remedial next to other puzzles, but they provide several benefits:

1) develop word recognition,

2) assist in learning context clues, and 

3) introduce/review vocabulary.

Whether they are classic searches or zig-zag searches, they give the brain some great, cognitive exercise.

4) Magic Squares and Sum Search

Mental math skills are strengthened by working on magic square puzzles. Each row, column, and diagonal must add up to the same total.

As a result, you must be flexible with numbers and understand how they interact with others. Sum searches are like word searches, but with numbers instead.

What’s cool about them is that they provide the same benefits as word searches, and allow you to practice addition skills.

5) Sudoku

Sudoku is more than just a game of numbers. It is, without a doubt, one of the most popular number games in the world.

A sudoku puzzle a day keeps Alzheimer’s at bay. Playing this popular game improves concentration, improves memory, and promotes relaxation.

6) Word Scrambles

Like word searches, word scrambles develop word recognition, improve spelling skills and encourage problem-solving.

7) Brain Games for Two or More

Group games that are good for brain exercise include Snowman (a variation of Hangman) and Scrabble.

These games have never dwindled in popularity and could be beneficial to people with neuro-degenerative disorders that target a particular part of the brain.

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