Engage Students with Interactive Learning
Create Curriculum-Aligned Puzzles
Whether it’s a crossword for a history class or a jigsaw for art, our platform offers a variety of puzzle types to keep students engaged.
Teach Students to Create Puzzles
Help students showcase what they’ve learned in a new format. Encourage them to create puzzles using their learnings.
Real-Time Analytics for Student Engagement
Our real-time analytics allow you to track student participation, making it easier to identify areas for improvement.
Use Puzzles on Google Classroom
PuzzleMe can directly integrate with Google Classroom so that puzzles can be used as assignments in a class.
Import student scores
Review how your students performed on the puzzle and import their scores, directly on Google Classroom.
Engage Alumni with Games
Universities use PuzzleMe games to engage their alumni with college-specific puzzles. Themed puzzles can resonate with alumni community.
Multimedia puzzles are a great way to teach about countries, states, cities or any other physical feature. For example, publishers like AAA (accessible in the US) and Wilderness Magazine in New Zealand use PuzzleMe to run regular crossword puzzles about the world of their readers.
On the left is a visual puzzle on U.S. national parks in which players identify the park based on an iconic image.The use of a green theme in the grid illustrates how puzzle creators can use PuzzleMe to adjust the design, including colors and fonts, to make the games special for different ages of students or different communities. Click here to play the live puzzle.
Crosswords are excellent for learning languages. With PuzzleMe, creating vocabulary puzzles is a breeze. Students can match words to pictures of everyday things like animals and food.
Explore a Variety of Topics
Teachers have made puzzles on a wide array of subjects. These include common sayings, numbers, sports, greetings, holidays, everyday items, and even grammar rules.
Dive into Our Puzzle Directory
We’ve put together a collection of puzzles to help you learn languages. You can practice French, German, and Spanish, starting with English and vice versa. Click the button below to get started!
Craft experiences your students won't forget.
Add PuzzleMe games to your teaching toolkit.
LA-based comedian Zach Sherwin and ace constructor Will Nediger collaborate on some brilliant and fun crossword puzzles with a lot of rhyming and punny clues. (What’s a capital that is in Czechoslovakia, but not in Czechoslovakia?)
The puzzles are solved on stage (with a lot of music and comedy!) in front of a live audience in different cities. For such live events, PuzzleMe can be configured to project the puzzle on the big screen with a popup-clue mode, so that the audience can focus on one clue at a time, while keeping the whole grid in view.