BrickBack- That sounds so fun. My son uses Spelling City and they do have a few games on the site.
What I do like are the Christmas puzzles for children that you see on the site A Kid’s Heart Nativity.
They have a series of jigsaw puzzles and sliders that are highly religious in nature.
Other sites like Jig Saw Planet, Puzzle House, and Jigzone offer fun puzzles for children.
There are a lot of online puzzles for children that are free and entertaining. Another site that offers puzzles for kids is Fun Brain. My kids use this site all of the time.
There is also a book called, “Math Puzzles and Patterns for Kids” by Kristy Fulton that offers a variety of math puzzles for children.
Working on puzzles allows children the ability to develop their cognitive skills as well as their logic skills. These skills are critical especially with standardize testing. So these puzzles actually serve a dual purpose.