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Rocky Mountain Wildlife Scramble Squares The Rocky Mountains, frequently called simply the Rockies, are part of a broad mountain r...ange in western North America that spans more than 3,000 miles (4,800 kilometers) from the northernmost region of British Columbia, Canada southward to New Mexico in the United States. The Rockies ' highest peak is Colorado's Mount Elbert at 14,440 feet (4,401 meters) above sea level.The original 358.5 square miles of territory that would become Rocky Mountain National Park is part of the huge Louisiana Purchase made by the U.S. government under President Thomas Jefferson with Napoleon of France in 1803. The Lewis and Clark Expedition (1804-1806) was the first scientific exploration of the Rocky Mountains. The expedition collected specimens for botanists, zoologists, and geologists and began the western expansion of the United States. In 1859, Joel Estes, a Kentuckian, and his son went hunting. Following the trail of a bear, they came out on a high promontory and looked down into a beautiful valley where, in the summer of 1860, the Estes family settled and began farming. Fifty-five years later, on January 26, 1915, President Woodrow Wilson signed legislation designating 265,769 acres, as Rocky Mountain National Park near the Estes Valley. Rocky Mountain National Park is home to 900 species of plants, 281 types of birds and 60 species of mammals. Read More

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Roosters Scramble Squares A rooster is a mature male chicken. A mature female chicken is called a hen. A newly hatched chicken is ...called a chick. An immature male chicken is called a cockerel, and an immature female chicken is called a pullet. Chickens (Gallus domesticus) were domesticated about 8,000 years ago from Red Junglefowl (Gallus gallus) in southeast Asia in and around what is now Thailand. Red Junglefowl still run wild in that region of the world. It is believed that chickens were brought to the Polynesian islands from southeast Asia with the Lapita migration, about 3,300 years ago. It was assumed that they had been brought to the Americas with the Spanish conquistadors, but archeologists have identified a pre-Columbian chicken at several sites throughout the Americas, most notably at the site of El Arenal-1 in Chile, dating about 1350 AD. Read More

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From the Manufacturer Adults and seniors love these made in America puzzles at least as much as do children, teenagers and colleg...e students. These puzzles teach patience, perseverance, fine motor skills and critical thinking skills and help maintain mental agility in older persons, while providing stimulating entertainment as either a solitaire game or a cooperative activity. Each puzzle package includes an interpretive panel of fascinating facts on the subject of the puzzle, as well as a trivia question and hidden answer, all packaged in a unique and handy resealable clear vinyl pouch which can be collected and stored easily in a standard 3-ring binder.Each Scramble Squares puzzle is 9 pieces of challenging fun! It is easy to play but hard to solve. Collect all the various Scramble Squares titles. Great fun for the entire family ages 9 to 109. Read More

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Noah s Ark Scramble Squares When the surface of the ground was finally dry enough, which was 365 days after Noah had entered the A...rk, Noah and his family and all of the animals left the Ark. See all the historical images of this remarkable time from our past, beautifully illustrated on this Scramble Squares puzzle. These little brain teaser puzzles are easy to play, but hard to solve. Each puzzle has nine 4"x 4" pieces with excellent artwork that will keep everyone in the family entertained. Scramble Square puzzles are easy to carry, beautifully produced and perfect for using at home or taking along on travel. Each of the 91 different puzzle packages includes a panel of fascinating facts, trivia questions and hidden answers. Read More

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Scramble Squares is a perfect pastime with friends or family! This little brainteaser is a wonderful way to engage everyone in an... entertaining puzzle. The game helps maintaning mental sharpness and attention to details. For ages 4-104. Read More

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The animal commonly known as the American Buffalo is a type of cattle properly called the American Bison. Both names have a simila...r meaning. "Bison" comes from the Greek word meaning ox-like animal, while the word "buffalo" is derived from the early French fur trappers in America, who called these massive animals "boeufs," also meaning ox. The American Bison is related to the Europe's Wisent, not to the Wild Asian Water Buffalo. It is relatively new animal species in North America, having originated in Eurasia and migrated over the Bering Strait about 10,000 years ago. Bison have shaggy dark brown winter coats and lighter weight, lighter brown summer coats. They can grow up to 6' 7" (2 meters) high at the shoulder and 10' (3 meters) long. They weigh from 900 to 2,200 pounds (400 to 1000 kg). The biggest specimens on record have weighed as much as 2,500 pounds (1,130 kg). Their heads, chests and shoulders are massive, and both sexes have short, curved horns, which they use to fight for status within the herd and for self-defense. Read More

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Christmas Scramble Squares Christmas literally means Christ s Mass, from the Latin Christes Masse. It is the religious festival ce...lebrating the birth of Jesus of Nazareth, whom Christians believe to be the Messiah, the Christ, prophesied in the Old Testament. The date of December 25 was officially established for the observance of the birth of Christ by Julius I, Bishop of Rome in 350 AD, after Christianity had been embraced by Emperor Constantine I, the Great, as the official religion of the Holy Roman Empire. Before Christianity had become the official religion of Rome, the Roman pagan feast of Saturnalia had been celebrated during the second half of December to honor the Roman god of agriculture, during which the Romans decorated their homes with greenery and over indulged themselves with lavish eating, drinking, social gatherings and even riots in the streets. Gregory of Nazianzus denounced the combining of such pagan traditions with the observance of Christmas before his death in 389 and asked that the observance be "after a heavenly and not an earthly manner." Human nature persisted in incorporating pagan customs into the Christmas celebration, and, over the centuries, the Church incorporated into the accepted observance of Christmas the most civilized and beautiful aspects of these customs. Christmas is believed to have been first celebrated in England in 521, when King Arthur celebrated his victorious battle of York, while minstrels entertained guests at his Round Table. St. Augustine came to England in 592, and on Christmas day in 598, more than ten thousand Britons were converted to Christianity. During his reign from 871 to 899, King Alfred, the Great, of England established twelve days of celebration in observance of Christmas. When Oliver Cromwell came into power in England in the 17th Century, the Puritans who supported him vehemently opposed the celebration of Christmas as being a heathen practice, and Cromwell s Parliament banned the celebration Read More

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The object of the Scramble Squares® puzzle game is to arrange the nine colorfully illustrated square pieces into a 12" x 12" squar...e so that the realistic graphics on the pieces' edges match perfectly to form a completed design in every direction. The full 9-piece puzzle creates an enormous number of possible combinations in a 3 piece x 3 piece pattern, but only one possible solution! An educational panel of information on the subject matter of the puzzle, is on the back of the header card along with a trivia quiz. The answer to the trivia quiz is on the front of the header card hidden behind the puzzle pieces. Read More

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Mountain Elk Scramble Square Puzzle

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Scramble Squares little brain teaser puzzles are easy to play, but hard to solve. Excellent artwork that will keep everyone in the... family entertained. Includes a panel of fascinating facts, trivia questions and hidden answers. Makes the perfect gift. Read More

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<p>The object of the Scramble Squares puzzle game is to arrange the nine colorfully illustrated square pieces into a 12" x 12" squ...are so that the realistic graphics on the pieces' edges match perfectly to form a completed design in every direction. Can you unscramble the squares without scrambling your brain?<br /><br />The 9-piece puzzle creates an enormous number of possible combinations in a 3 piece x 3 piece pattern - 95,126,814,720 to be exact. But only one possible solution will give you the complete design in every direction!<br /><br />Each package features an educational panel of information on the subject matter along with a trivia quiz. The answers to the trivia quiz are on the front of the header card hidden behind the puzzle pieces.</p> Read More

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<i>Scramble Squares - Cows</i> is an absorbing little puzzle that's harder than it looks. Nine square pieces show colorful images ...of cows and calves --all ending abruptly at the edges. You must try to arrange the squares in a 3x3 grid so that every half-image matches its other half on all adjacent squares.<p>Scramble Squares has earned the Dr. Toy 10 Best Educational Products Award.</p> Read More

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Squirrels Scramble Squares Squirrels are cute animals, and their highly industrious behavior is fun to watch. Squirrels hoard food... in autumn for the winter months by burying nuts, which they later relocate with their amazing sense of smell. A single squirrel can bury several thousand nuts over the course of 3 months. Squirrels find only a portion of the nuts that they bury and contribute to the propagation of many species of nut trees which grow from the unfound nuts. To protect their winter food stocks from potential thieves, grey squirrels pretend to bury nonexistent nuts and seeds, a behavior which zoologists believe is designed to fool rival squirrels, birds or humans who might be watching their storage activity. Squirrels use their long bushy tails to wrap around their faces for warmth, to help them keep their balance when they are running along tree limbs and even to spread as a kind of parachute when they fall. A squirrel s tail, as with the tail of a cat, signals its mood. Quick jerks of a squirrel s tail, for example, means that the squirrel is nervous or upset. Read More

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Easy to play, but hard to solve Teaches critical thinking Vibrant designs, Recommended age group: 4 years and up, Manufacturer: b.... dazzle, inc. - Toys Read More

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Dragonflies Scramble Squares Dragonflies are very strong and fast flyers. They can fly forward at about 100 body-lengths per secon...d and backwards at about 3 body-lengths per second. They are also capable of hovering in the air continuously for about a minute. A dragonfly in Australia was clocked flying at the speed of 36 miles per hour. Read More

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Scramble Squares is a perfect pastime with friends or family! This little brainteaser is a wonderful way to engage everyone in an... entertaining puzzle. The game helps maintaning mental sharpness and attention to details. For ages 4-104. Read More

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United States Armed Services Scramble Squares The United States armed services were founded in 1775. Ongoing political tensions be...tween Great Britain and the Thirteen American Colonies had reached a crisis in 1774 when the British placed the Massachusetts colony under martial law. Shooting began at Lexington and Concord on April 19, 1775, and the Continental Army was established by a resolution of the Colonies Second Continental Congress on June 14, 1775 to coordinate the Colonies military efforts in a revolt against the rule of Great Britain. General George Washington was appointed Commander-in-Chief. Read More

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Horse Racing Scramble Squares The competitive racing of horses is one of humankind's most ancient sports, originating among the pr...ehistoric nomadic tribesmen of Central Asia who first domesticated the horse about 4500 BC. By the time humans began to keep written records, horse racing was an organized sport in all major civilizations from Central Asia to the Mediterranean. Both chariot and human-mounted horse racing were events in the ancient Greek Olympics by 638 BC, and the sport became a public obsession in the Roman Empire. The origins of modern racing lie in the 12th century, when English knights returned from the Crusades with swift Arabian horses. Over the next 400 years, an increasing number of Arabian stallions were imported and bred to English mares to produce horses that combined speed and endurance. Matching the fastest of these animals in two-horse races for a private wager became a popular diversion of the nobility. Soon, horse racing became known as The Sport of Kings. Read More

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The object of the Scramble Squares puzzle game is to arrange the nine colorfully illustrated square pieces into a 12" x 12" square... so that the realistic graphics on the pieces' edges match perfectly to form a completed design in every direction. Can you unscramble the squares without scrambling your brain?The 9-piece puzzle creates an enormous number of possible combinations in a 3 piece x 3 piece pattern - 95,126,814,720 to be exact. But only one possible solution will give you the complete design in every direction!Each package features an educational panel of information on the subject matter along with a trivia quiz. The answers to the trivia quiz are on the front of the header card hidden behind the puzzle pieces. Read More

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