A Funny Face Is Worth a Thousand Pieces

One look at Zelda’s happy face and heart-shaped tongue will make you want to finish this puzzle in no time!
Jigsaw puzzles have stayed in style since their invention in the 1760s. But now, with those stay-at-home orders, they’re even more popular. And what better way to spend an afternoon with your family than finding that last piece?

Even better, solving puzzles is good for brain health. It reinforces the existing connections between our brain cells and increases the generation of new relationships, improving mental speed and thought processes. Jigsaw puzzles are especially good for improving short-term memory. So much fun, so many benefits!
To purchase Zelda’s happy puzzle, check out Hart Puzzles, a company that donates a portion of its proceeds to non-profits.

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