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Trick 7: Devise a Labeling System
To keep puzzle pieces together—and avoid explaining why Boots doesn’t have a tail today—use this genius technique: “Assign
a letter to each of the kids’ puzzles and write that letter on the back of every piece,” says Rachel Meeks, author of the
lifestyle website SmallNotebook.org. “Each puzzle goes in a large zip-top bag, also labeled with the letter.” Kids can then quickly corral pieces by matching
them to the assigned bag. (This works best for preschoolers’ puzzles, not 1,000-piece Hogwarts jigsaws.)
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