Hear us out! Here's how how to have a jigsaw puzzle competition with puzzles in your collection

Hear us out! Here's how how to have a jigsaw puzzle competition with puzzles in your collection

If you want to have a jigsaw puzzle competition using puzzles from your collection, here are some steps you can follow:

  1. Choose the puzzles: Select the puzzles you want to use for the competition. You can choose puzzles of different sizes, themes, and difficulty levels to cater to different skill levels of the participants.

  2. Determine the number of participants: Decide on the number of participants for the competition. This will help you determine the number of puzzles you need and the number of teams you need to create.

  3. Create teams: Divide the participants into teams of equal numbers. Each team should have an equal mix of beginners, intermediate, and advanced level puzzle solvers.

  4. Set up the competition area: Set up the competition area with tables and chairs for each team. Make sure there is enough space for the participants to move around and work on their puzzles.

  5. Start the competition: Give each team a puzzle to solve. Set a time limit for each puzzle based on the difficulty level and size of the puzzle. The team that finishes the puzzle first or has the most completed pieces at the end of the time limit wins.

  6. Keep track of scores: Keep track of the scores for each team. You can assign points for finishing the puzzle first, for the number of completed pieces, or for accuracy.

  7. Award prizes: Award prizes to the winning team and the runners-up. You can give prizes such as puzzle books, puzzle boards, or jigsaw puzzle sets.

Remember to have fun and make sure the competition is fair for everyone. You can also add some fun twists, such as swapping puzzles between teams or making teams solve puzzles blindfolded, to make the competition more exciting.

Check out our puzzles ranging from easy to very difficult and hold your own jigsaw puzzle competition! 

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