About: Piggy bank, penny bank or money box is the name of a coin container usually used by children. Piggy banks are typically made of ceramic or porcelain. Many piggy banks have a rubber plug located on the underside; others have a removable nose for easy access to the coins stored inside. Other piggy banks have no opening besides the slot for inserting coins, which means that breaking the piggy bank is the only way to get to the money inside. Modern piggy banks are not limited to the likeness of pigs, and may come in a range of shapes, sizes and colors.
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Traditional Carpets From Ecuador
In today's new puzzle we're going to Ecuador to admire some of the most beautiful, handmade traditional weaved carpets and rugs. These kind of carpets can be found only in Otavalo, capital of Otavalo Canton, a town in the Imbabura Province of Ecuador. The indigenous Otavalenos are famous for weaving textiles, usually made of wool, which are sold at the famous Saturday market. As Otavalo is famous for its textiles, many of the nearby villages and towns are famous for their own particular crafts. Cotacachi, for example, is the center of Ecuador's leather industry, San Antonio is specialized in wood carving.
In today's new puzzle we're featuring some beautiful cloth toy dolls. The earliest dolls were made from available materials like clay, stone, wood, bone, ivory, leather, wax, etc. Archaeological evidence places dolls as foremost candidate for oldest known toy. Rag dolls are traditionally home-made from spare scraps of cloth material. Roman rag dolls have been found dating back to 300BC.
The primary function of these type of clocks is to awaken people from their night's sleep or short naps; they are sometimes used for other reminders as well. Alarm clocks are also found on mobile phones and watches so the traditional ones are less popular today.
Wooden Locomotive Model
In today's new puzzle we're building a wooden model of an old steam locomotive. Choose your difficulty level, click start and lets begin putting it back together.
The London Underground (or simply the Tube) is a public metro system serving a large part of Greater London and parts of Buckinghamshire, Hertfordshire and Essex. It opened in 1863 and it's considered the oldest rapid transit system in the world. The Underground has 270 stations.The London Underground's eleven lines total 402 kilometers in length, making it the third longest metro system in the world.
In today's new puzzle we feature a green maple leaf. The maple leaf is the most widely recognized national symbol of Canada - it is on the coat of arms of Canada, and is on the Canadian flag. Pick your difficulty level, click start and start putting it back together and get a top place on our game leader boards.
Wet Colored Pencils
Somebody spilled some water on these colored pencils and now they are covered in water droplets. Click start and put these water covered colorful crayons back together as fast as you can and get your time on our leader boards. Have fun!
Postage Stamp Collection
If you didn't know stamp collecting is a popular hobby. Collecting is not the same as philately, which is defined as the study of stamps. Many casual collectors enjoy accumulating stamps without worrying about the details, however, some philatelic knowledge is required to have valuable and comprehensive collection. Postage stamps have facilitated the delivery of mail since the 1840s. Before then, ink and hand-stamps (hence the word 'stamp'), usually made from wood or cork, were often used to frank the mail and confirm the payment of postage.
Colorful Paper Decorations
Time for another colorful jigsaw puzzle. Today we feature a bunch of pinwheel style paper decorations in different colors like: red, yellow, blue, orange and green. Put the all together and get your time on our leader boards.
Widely used before the introduction of railway transport, this type of four-wheeled covered wagon pulled by horses or mules was used to carry passengers and goods. The stagecoach traveled at an average speed of about five miles per hour, it could cover about 60 miles a day depending on the weather and the terrain it had to cross. The term "stage" originally referred to the distance between stations on a route, the coach traveling the entire route in "stages" because of it's limited range (unlike train, buses or planes of today the horses pulling the coach and the people aboard had to rest). In the United States at the beginning of the 18th century crude wagons began to be used to carry passengers between cities and towns, first within New England in 1744, then between New York and Philadelphia in 1756. Coachmen also carried letters, packages and money. The first Concord stagecoach, the same model as the one in this fun puzzle, was built in 1827. So jump aboard and lets go for a stagecoach ride in today's fun new jigsaw. Have fun!
It's time for a trip to Mars. Joint the Curiosity rover on the surface of the Red Planet in this fun new puzzle. Curiosity was launched from Cape Canaveral on November 26, 2011, at 10:02 EST aboard NASA's Mars Science Laboratory spacecraft and successfully landed on Aeolis Palus in Gale Crater on Mars on August 6, 2012. The main scientific goals of the MSL mission are to help determine whether Mars could ever have supported life, as well as determining the role of water, and to study the climate and geology of Mars.
Scrabble was created in 1938 by the American architect Alfred Mosher Butts as a variation on an earlier word game he invented called Lexiko; If you didn't know, Scrabble (the game featured in today's new jigsaw puzzle) is a word game in which two to four players score points by placing tiles, each bearing a single letter, onto a gameboard which is divided into a 15×15 grid of squares. The name Scrabble is a trademark of Hasbro, Inc. in the United States and Canada and has been sold by Hasbro's Parker Brothers division since 1999.
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