Choose from the difficulty ratings below and browse through our jigsaw puzzles alphabetically.
These jigsaw puzzles are often less than 500 pieces and are geared towards older children.
They feature pictures or subject matter which are not repetitive.
Jigsaw puzzles which have some solid colored areas often fit into this category. Intermediate
jigsaws are usually between 500 and 1000 pieces, although there are some exceptions.
The majority of 1000 and 1500 piece jigsaws puzzles are considered to be advanced. Nearly
all the photomosaic jigsaws are advanced. Advanced jigsaws can have a considerable amount of
solid colored area and may have other subject matter which is hard to differentiate.
When a jigsaw puzzle has large solid colored areas, repeating patterns, or contains 2000 pieces or more
it will probably get an extreme rating. Extreme jigsaw puzzles may take large areas or long periods of time
Only the most challenging and formidable jigsaw puzzles get a rating of ultra extreme. To be ultra extreme, a
jigsaw must have characterics that set it well apart from simply being extreme. For example, having 5000
pieces or more will likely qualify a jigsaw to be ultra extreme. Some of these tremendously large puzzles can take up
an entire room during assembly. Other ultra extreme jigsaw puzzles may be double-sided and/or contain highly repetitive
Interlocking: This means that adjacent pieces are connecting such that if you move one piece horizontally you move all, preserving the connection.