Line Puzzles are FUN and help children to:

improve visual motor skills

improve fine-motor skills

learn to problem solve

improve focus and concentration

improve confidence and self-esteem

Why not print and laminate for repeated use with dry wipe markers!

Or find suitable plastic wallets/folders which can be used with dry wipe markers.

We are advocates of limited & productive screen time. To combine our activities with an electronic device, you could screenshot the puzzles and use an app such as ‘You Doodle’ to solve them.

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About the Author:

Currently a mumpreneur writing and publishing in between trying to nurture two Precious Bees: Rayyan & Ridhwan. I had a career in psychiatry & psychology for many years before heading to Saudi Arabia where I wrote a novel, had a food blog & business alongside a fashion business, and had the opportunity to work in a school and teach at a university. Five years later my husband and I headed back to the UK and started our precious family. Creative writing has been a passion since childhood, but it wasn't until having a child of my own that writing Islamic children's books became a mission!