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    Playing puzzles is one of the children's favorite games, playing jigsaw puzzles can not only bring children happiness but also can engage the children's intelligence and emotional development. The following are just a few of the many benefits that can be gained when using this incredibly well-rounded learning tool.

     

     

    Puzzles help kids think logically

    Puzzles are indeed very puzzling that it is a very good exercise for a child's brain. In fact, a child's brain is a candid place for simulating a simple problem for him to solve with and see how far he can go to go through it. Kids will mostly develop the process of elimination or deduction to the last idea given to solve the puzzle. Giving them this recreational tool does not only make us parents do our own household chores but also training their minds someday in case how they can fix that faucet with only one tool left or how to deal with your unreasonable neighbors with their sanitation issues lurking in your own backyard.

     

    Puzzles improve children’s observation and analysis skills

    Children need to sit still and play with puzzles so that they can focus on something. This develops the child's patience and concentration. The child has to put pieces of the puzzle into a picture, which requires the child to carefully observe each puzzle piece. In the process of playing puzzles, children develop their ability to observe and analyze things. At the same time, they also learn to distinguish colors and graphics while playing puzzles, and can gradually understand the depth of color, the straightness of lines, the shape of graphics, and so on.

     

    Puzzles develop children's cooperative spirit

    When a child just starts a puzzle game, he needs an adult to point to it. Growing up slowly, the number of children playing with puzzles is increasing. When a child and a partner (or family member) work together to create a larger puzzle piece, each person is responsible for a part of the puzzle, and they need to work together and cooperate with each other. Especially when the child can't complete the picture that he is responsible for, he needs to ask for help from his partner and broaden his thoughts with the help of others.

     

    Puzzles teach children's hands-on ability

    Playing puzzles can also improve a child's hands-on ability. Hands-on ability is a very important ability for people, but not everyone has a strong hands-on ability, and the ability to do it is weak and whether it is highly educated. Not directly proportional. I want to have a strong ability to start training from an early age.

    And education experts believe that for children, the game of interest is the best exercise for children's hands-on ability, and for the child's hands-on exercise, the best time is from 3 to 8 years old, if this is In the first period, the children's hands-on ability will be strengthened, so these children will have stronger hands-on ability when they grow up.

     

    Playing puzzles is good for listening, speaking, reading and writing skills

    Playing puzzles not only can exercise the skills of listening, speaking, reading and writing, but also allow children to exercise the ability to solve problems in the process of thinking about puzzles. For children, this exercise is especially important, and they have been trained in this aspect since childhood. People are more able to withstand stress after adulthood. When faced with difficulties in learning or work, they often find solutions faster.

     

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