Frozen Flock Premium Jigsaw Puzzle

Our Jigsaws Require Flash

You may need to install Flash or enable it on your browser to play the puzzles.

Click to Enable Flash Player

- OR -

Contact Us for Help

Select a puzzle cut to view solve times.

Jigsaw puzzle to play online of a flock of sheep in winter. The sheep are in a pasture near the icy trees.

sheepanimalfarmmountainsnowwinter

Random Jigsaws

More Random Jigsaws »

Send as eCard
Please log in or sign up to post a comment.
21 Comments
(1)
play01
May 16, 2014
So amazing the way God clothes His creatures so that they survive this frigid land and the knowledge He gives them to survive.
hockeyfan
Jan 11, 2014
Worked this mystery. This makes about my 9th mystery tonight.
CatLadyOKC
Jan 11, 2014
Goodnight, going to ck on the Thunder game, then read this has been a long week. I have done a few mystery puzzles but like to be able to see what I'm working on.
hockeyfan
Jan 13, 2014
Hi CatLadyOKC, a new week has started, and hopefully will be a great week for you. I'm hoping so. I, too, like seeing what I'm working, but it's something different for a change. :)
CatLadyOKC
Jan 13, 2014
Morning to you & everyone else! Things are starting to slow down, semi annual reg. dr. appts tomorrow but I think that is all. Yesterday was a beautiful day 75 for the high, 40 this morning for the low with high in the upper 60's today so that is great. Weather looks pretty good for the next 9 days, more like out regular winter. We have wind 25-35 but that is normal for us, nicer when it is less. We are pretty well protected from it here at the house. Have been meaning to ask were you affected by the water pollution in your area?
hockeyfan
Jan 13, 2014
Glad things are going better. No, we do not live near the chemical leak. Thank goodness. It's about 1 1/2 hours south of us and the water flows south from the Elk River. Feel bad for all those that are troubled by it. I'm ready for 75 degree weather! :)
CJcolonna
Dec 31, 2013
This puzzle reminds me that Jesus is the perfect Lamb of God
hockeyfan
Dec 26, 2013
These sheep are all close together. Could they be cold with all that wool?
CatLadyOKC
Dec 26, 2013
Think that's a sheep thing...Good morning to you...
hockeyfan
Dec 26, 2013
Good evening to you. The sun has set and it's getting chilly here. Back to working puzzles again. Got my big heavy robe on and boot slippers trying to stay warm. LOL
CatLadyOKC
Dec 27, 2013
Well it's suppose to get in the upper 50's could make 60, but also noticed that we may get more mixed precip. and temp 18 for Monday morning.
You can't get used to either...but I handle the warmer better but not the 113 we had this summer, it just took your breath away when you opened the door. I have a heavy (old) Garfield robe that I have been wearing.
hockeyfan
Dec 28, 2013
Those big, plush, fuzzy robes are the best when cold. Have mine on again tonight. Feels cozy. Got up to52 today and sunny, but when the sun went down so did the temps. lol
SANTACLAUS
Dec 26, 2013
What a delightful picture this one is this is Christmas to a tee, and I presume every one doing this one will be humming and singing Once in Royal David's City as it does bring us down to earth with job these farmers do, nice when the farmers get all there flock back to there own home ground.
Thank you team for our memories and hope you all had a super Christmas day, and got all your gifts in one piece, will give you are blessings for the New Year and hope you have the best one yet.
cindyj28
Dec 26, 2013
How right you are about this being Christmas. I don't know the song you refer to, but certainly there were shepherds keeping watch over their flocks. Great puzzle and staff you do a great job. Thank you!!!!
CatLadyOKC
Dec 26, 2013
Not sure but I also think most of the puzzlers in at least the northern hemisphere can relate to these sheep, we all need warm coats...and winter has just barely started.
trynfindit
Dec 26, 2013
That's what I thought of too, when I saw the puzzle: the shepherds and their flocks.

Merry Christmas to all! (The Twelve Days of Christmas actually run from Christmas Day to Epiphany.)
cherylabr
Dec 26, 2013
Actually, I was thinking of In the Bleak Midwinter, especially the last verse:

What can I give Him, poor as I am?
If I were a shepherd, I would bring a lamb;
If I were a Wise Man, I would do my part;
Yet what I can I give him: give my heart.
SANTACLAUS
Dec 27, 2013
This the song once in royal David's city
stood a lowly cattle shed, where a mother had a baby in a manager for it's bed,
with the meek and, ups memory gone, but you get the gist
JAMP124
Dec 27, 2013
That's a cuddle in a huddle --- keeping warm, despite all that wool!
PATRICIA37
Dec 26, 2013
I am glad they all have a nice warm coat.
toadalove
Dec 26, 2013
Cool puzzle!
(1)