This is wonderful learning activity where the child would learn storytelling. It would help in skills of innovation and creation. Psychologists have determined that a child’s brain development is influenced significantly when a child acts on or manipulates the world around him or her. Puzzles provide that key opportunity. Children learn to work directly with their environment and change its shape and appearance when they work with puzzles.
The skill of effective problem solving is a valuable and important one. As a child looks at various pieces and figures out where they fit or don’t fit, he or she is developing this vital skill. A puzzle, after all, can’t be completed by cheating! It either works and fits or it doesn’t. So puzzles teach children to use their own minds to figure out how to solve problems and think in a logical way.
Our puzzles are beneficial for children as young as 3 all the way up to their teenage years. Have them do the puzzles themselves or turn it into a fun activity that you can do together!