Get your puzzle on, people!
We’ve rounded up some of the best jigsaw puzzles on the market, gathering them into one story that features something for everyone in your family.
Whether you’re buying for someone little who quite fancies a puzzle with 8 pieces or someone very, very grown up who prefers a thousand pieces or more, we’ve got you covered.
Clear off the dining table, put the kettle on and get ready to puzzle your way through this crisis.
Djeco Moustacha wooden animal puzzle (above) $20.95 at Jigsaw Store
Hape Rainbow Rabbit George Luck wooden layered puzzle (above) $28 at Amazon
Slice The Fruit Puzzle by Kiddie Connect (above) $17.95 on Amazon
Mudpuppy four layer Animal Face wooden puzzle (above) $29.95 at Jigsaw Store
Melissa & Doug Barnyard wooden 24 piece jigsaw puzzle (above) $15.75 at Amazon
Banana Panda little creatures jigsaw puzzle set (above) $20.61 at Amazon
For early primary
Ravensburger – A-Z Animals 35 piece puzzle (above) $13.95 at Jigsaw Store
World Map 60 piece puzzle by Ravensburger (above) $21 on Amazon
Roald Dahl jigsaw puzzle featuring James and The Giant Peach (above) $22 at Mighty Ape
For mums and dads
The Beach two-sided 500 piece puzzle by Gray Malin (above) $41.55 at Amazon
New Yorker Central Park Row 500 piece jigsaw puzzle by New York Puzzle Company (above) $28.95 at Amazon
London by Michael Storrings 1000 piece puzzle (above) $31.15 at Amazon
For granny and grandpa
The World of Frida Kahlo 1000 piece jigsaw puzzle (above) Preorder for $18.99 at Amazon
A Rainbow World 1000 piece puzzle (above) $40.95 at Jigsaw Store
Zero Gravity 1000 piece puzzle with shaped pieces (above) $43 from Amazon
For uncles and aunties
Ravensburger Harry Potter 100 piece jigsaw puzzle (above) $55 at Amazon
Alice in Wonderland 1000 piece jigsaw puzzle (above) $22.99 at Amazon
Mudpuppy – Doodle Dogs 500 piece puzzle (above) $24.95 at Jigsaw Store