It’s Always the small Puzzles, that make the big picture.
When your child is alone with a puzzle you can expect three basic skills to be built:
1) Physical skills that is from holding puzzle pieces and turning them until they fit.
2) Cognitive skills that is as they solve the problems of a puzzle
3) Emotional skills that is they learn patience and are rewarded when they complete the puzzle.
In addition to these three basics, doing a puzzle with a friend or family member also allows for the growth of social skills as they work together and communicate about what fits where. There is no mistaking the benefits of puzzles in childhood development. And because of the benefits that puzzles share, I always tend to get Anayta some puzzles from @cocomocokids . I recently also received a puzzle on the solar system, which I feel is great, as it helps Anayta to look beyond its Blue planet. Also, it assists her to understand how are other planets different from her own planet.
Puzzles are a fun educational toy that challenges young minds, teaching and preparing them early in life some very important life skills. So what are you waiting for? Give your child the opportunity to continue learning from simple shapes to jigsaw puzzles, to abstract shapes with a board game twist.