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I really like the puzzles on this site and they are all free.

If you want some stimulation I suggest you try some out.

 

https://krazydad.com/

 

Some are familiar and maybe not so hard.  Others are very difficult.

 

Here are some number ones that I like. They are on the more difficult side  but any bright 15-year-old could tackle them.

You only need basic maths skills and a calculator at the ready (along with a pen and paper)

https://krazydad.com/crossfigures/ydir_crossfigures_1_20.pdf

 

Here is an easier set that you may find quite challenging still, they are set at different levels of difficulty.

https://krazydad.com/kakuro/

 

 

There are a lot of logic ones too that do not involve any maths.

 May 5, 2020
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Put this in sticky topics!

 

Thanks for sharing this list, appreciate it!

 May 5, 2020
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Thanks Hugo,

It is already in sticky Topics under

 

 @ Site full of printable puzzles.  

 

https://web2.0calc.com/questions/site-full-of-printable-puzzles

 

Maybe I will swap it for this one. :)

 May 5, 2020
edited by Melody  May 5, 2020
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If you are able to still edit the page you should definitely add this to it, but not remove anything.

hugomimihu  May 5, 2020
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Sporcle is another site that many of you would enjoy.

 

It is a huge site with all kinds of things you can play with and learn.

I think you can write your own games too if you have some programming skills.

 

But among its many attractions it has some really good logic puzzles.

I have not played with them for ages but I think they are mostly here.

 

https://www.sporcle.com/search/quizzes/?p=1&s=logic+puzzles

 May 5, 2020

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