Impossible Joint

Impossible Joint

Impossible Joint Look carefully at this puzzle and it doesn’t appear possible to make a joint like that as it has dovetails on ALL 4 SIDES! The object is to take it apart. The earliest known reference to this puzzle is the May 1902 edition of “the Woodworker” magazine. A clever and classic puzzle documented in Jerry Slocums first puzzle book, “Puzzles Old and New” Made in the USA by Creative Crafthouse.

While there are a plethora of references regarding the benefits of reading books, playing games, etc., this article focuses on the value of wooden jigsaw puzzles as a catalyst for learning in early childhood. Even with the many electronic gizmos and gadgets, oftentimes children are attracted to simple things like a bouncy ball, interesting book and well designed, intriguing jigsaw puzzles.

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