The Loops Puzzle is a fun edge-matching puzzle which involves arranging the pieces to make a square containing closed loops. This puzzle is actually three different puzzles in one!

# Edge Matching Puzzles

Celebrate Valentine’s Day with this free printable square matching puzzle. Can you assemble the pieces to form a 3×3 rectangle where the pieces match along each edge?

Celebrate 100 days of school with this free printable 100th day of school puzzle. Can you assemble the pieces to form a 3×3 rectangle where the pieces match along each edge?

In this fun winter logic puzzle, students must arrange the provided puzzle pieces into a 3×3 grid so that the pieces match and form pictures of winter hats along each edge.

Can you arrange these sixteen puzzle pieces to form an ant farm which is a closed loop?

This pi puzzle is the perfect quick activity to add to any Pi Day Celebration to instantly make it more fun and festive! Can you arrange the 9 squares into a 3×3 grid so that the puzzle pieces match along each edge? The puzzle pieces include images of both pi symbols and slices of pie …

This math valentine square puzzle combines cheesy mathematical valentines with a square edge-matching puzzle. Can you correctly assemble the pieces to create a 3×3 square? This math-themed Valentine’s Day puzzle was inspired by the classic 9-piece scramble squares puzzles which can be purchased with different themes. The goal of these puzzles is to assemble the …

Yesterday, I posted a sneak peek photo on twitter of the matador dominoes puzzle I’ve been working on for my classroom. It was very interesting to read people’s theories about what the puzzle might entail. This is the Matador Dominoes Puzzle. I ran across this puzzle while searching the Internet for the instructions to a …

My first introduction to the Panda Squares Puzzle was from one of my favorite inspiration sources: Twitter! I saw a tweet by Jenny Leake that sparked my curiosity. This curiosity led me to do a google search. I was pleasantly surprised to find David Butler‘s blog at the top of the search results. From his …