Kids are very cleaver little creatures. Guess they have to be
to get what they need, and just about anything they want, given
their size and income. That's why THEY invented parents,
grand parents! NEVER underestimate them.
Perhaps adulthood grinds off all our creative edges. I've got
neighborhood kids in the shop during the summer. The projects
they come up get you thinking outside the box. When they
get board they hit the scrap bags, grab some tacky glue and
start putting things together. I've learned to say "That's
really interesting. Tell me about it." rather than "OK, what
Since you're using a page out of a coloring book, why not
make a frame with a back to contain/constrain the parts?
Each puzzle can be kept in its frame for storage. And you
could copy the page and glue a copy inside the frame - more
for you than the kids.
Just when you think you know everything - you have kids.
Then when you're sure you know everything - the grand
kids come over.
No much to learn in just one lifetime. No wonder reincarnation
is necessary for most of us.