Learn while you puzzle with Eurographics!

Eurographics is a great brand that offers you a learn experience while you puzzle. As one of the leading art distributors in North America, Eurographics has a great selection of puzzles and games relating to art history, but also world history, geography, and more! Their puzzles feature many images for those people that love to organize and catalogue almost any and every topic!

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Solar System. 750 pieces.

Pluto was recently downgraded to a dwarf planet and joined 3 other known dwarf planets in our solar system: Ceres, Eris, and Makemake. With improved telescopes, scientists expect to discover more.

Circulatory System. 1000 pieces.

If you were just to count the cells, you might be horrified to find that you have more bacterium cells living inside your body than human cells. Most of these bacteria cells are friendly, some are even beneficial.

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Periodic Table of Elements. 1000 pieces.

Currently there are 118 elements on the periodic table, 90 which occur in nature and the rest being manmade. Most of the elements are metals. Scientists are now working on creating Element 120, which would change the way the periodic table now looks.

History of Trains. 1000 pieces.

One of the first movies ever made by the Lumiére brothers was a simple fifty second film of a train arriving in a station. It mesmerized people that a moving image could capture something that happened in the past and be replayed. There’s a myth that the people ran from the theater because they thought the train would jump out of the screen to run them all over.

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Coral Reef by Eurographics. 1000 pieces.

The Great Barrier Reef is about 500,000 years old, with the current structure at about age 8,000 years old… pretty young, considering the first coral reefs started about 500 million years ago and the first close relatives of modern coral reefs popped up approximately 230 million years ago.

Da Vinci. 1000 pieces.

It was pretty rare for his time period, but Da Vinci was actually a vegetarian for humanitarian reasons.

Great Composers. 1000 pieces.

The Baroque Period of Art and Music came after the Protestant Reformation, and it changed the focus of art. The interest in a capella music waned and there was a surge of interest in art which could evoke visceral and emotional responses. In the Baroque era, the first opera house came into existence in Venice in 1637.

The Atom. 1000 pieces.

There are 2 sextillion atoms of oxygen in one drop of water. Imagine how many are in a puzzle piece—or in 1000 puzzle pieces!

Puzzles for Fishermen

Love to fish? Ready to get dressed up in your waders and tote your tackle box around all the lakes and rivers near you? So are we!

Fishing, like puzzling, is one of those peaceful activities—calming and serene, with just you and the water and the sunshine. It’s too bad there isn’t a way to bring your puzzle with you while you wait for a bite, huh?

Got a favorite fishing memory? Share it with us in the comments!

The Fishing Hole by SunsOut. 500 pieces.

 

The Quiet Country by SunsOut. 550 pieces.

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Chasing Shad by SunsOut. 1000 pieces.

 

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Early Strike by SunsOut. 1000 pieces.

Summertime by White Mountain. 1000 pieces.

From Sea to Shining Sea by White Mountain. 1000 pieces.

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Freshwater Fish by Eurographics. 1000 pieces.

Carl Larsson: Crayfishing by Pomegranate. 1000 pieces.

 

Hunter’s Cove by SunsOut. 1000 pieces.