Kate says

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No to Be Puzzled

 

I've found this pic among reading tips for parents and teachers (Reading Tip: Raising a Well-Read Child) as a play to start a conversation about literature and different aspects of literary genres with children. But I think it's a great idea not only for kids and can be used not only for book-related topics, e.g. as a word map for exploring new vocabulary or brainstorm while writing a story.

 

You can cut out the puzzles, color them and write words, phrases, ideas, characters, even wishes. I've seen marvelous wooden puzzles with wedding wishes. But it would look great as a gift, let's say for upcoming Grandparents' Days (in Poland we celebrate them January 21 and 22).

 

Or for a fellow book lover filled up with favorite book quotes.