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Looking for Printable Crosswords
Please enjoy our alternative version of our free daily online crossword puzzles for your enjoyment.
With online crosswords, all you have to do is go to your favorite search engine and type in the keywords “online crosswords” or “daily crossword puzzles”. You’ll be amazed to see how many pages pop up. Another great feature about online crosswords & daily crossword puzzles is that you don’t have to wait until tomorrow’s paper arrives on your door step to find out the results. Most websites offer the results the very same day.
Whether you choose your daily crossword puzzles from a magazine, newspaper or puzzle book; or search for online crosswords, you will always have the same result. A fun-filled exciting experience. Some puzzles might take you longer to solve than others but you will always have something to keep you busy and entertained.
You could even challenge a friend or loved one with a daily crossword puzzle competition. It would be fun to try and solve the puzzle with a spouse, or even a best friend. After all, two minds are better than one, right? You could help them with questions they don’t know and vice-versa. You could even print out an easy crossword puzzle and place it in your child’s lunch-box. It would give them something exciting to do during their recess time. Puzzles become a conversation piece and getting the whole family involved is a great idea. You might even bring everyone together after dinner and all gather around the computer to solve the puzzle.
No matter how you play your crossword puzzles, they will definitely keep you entertained for years to come.
A popular pastime from the 19th century
Solving crossword puzzles has been a popular recreational activity for those who love to work with words ever since they first began to appear in periodicals and in various books for children during the late 1800s. An early example of such an early crossword puzzle is the one that appeared in Il Secolo Illustrato della Domenica, an Italian periodical, in 1890. However, the crossword as we know it did not start until 1913, when the English journalist Arthur Wayne published one in the New York World that embodied most of its present features. By 1921, these puzzles had become so widespread that the New York Public Library stated: “”The latest craze to strike libraries is the crossword puzzle.” Librarians even complained that those who were using the reference books to solve crosswords drove away students and others who needed them for more serious purposes!