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Jigsaw Puzzles: Set of 3 Puzzles
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Our set of “Young Explorers” Jigsaw puzzles are super fun for children
Things to look for:
This Jigsaw puzzle kit consists of 3 thematic puzzles, A day at Beach, A day at Nature Park, Marine World, which features 20 pieces of the vibrantly illustrated theme. The edges of the pieces are smooth and fit precisely into each other. It comes with a solid wooden tray, so the child can make complete the puzzles without the fear of pieces falling.
Since it is wooden, the puzzle is solid enough and will not tear down, while the clumsy hands are at work.
How to start playing with:
Check the image on our Puzzle sleeve and then start assembling. Assembling a puzzle does require some assistance initially, then as your kid builds his/her skills, let him/her explore, challenge and practice independently.
1. Hand-eye coordination:
Before placing a piece, the child will see the appropriate spot with his eyes and then move his hands to place it in that exact space. Thus their hands and eyes work in tandem to achieve the final goal.
2. Fine motor skills:
A puzzle is a fun way for children to refine their fine motor skills. They are required to pick up, grasp, turn and manipulate the pieces into the correct slot, which enhances their fine motor abilities.
3. Improves concentration and memory:
While solving a puzzle, over and again, kids remember and recall how the different pieces fit. This helps in boosting their memory and also their ability to stay focussed on tasks.
4. Spatial Awareness:
When solving puzzles, spatial perception comes into play. Kids learn to identify which pieces will fit together by analyzing their shapes and picture orientation.
5. Stimulates learning:
You can further educate your kid by talking about the picture on the puzzle, i.e. marine world, and enrich his/her vocabulary. As a child joins the puzzle he/she explores the new illustrations. As a parent, engage your child by letting him/her know about different sea-creatures, their names, specific characters, which will help a child in enhancing their vocabulary, in a fun way.
Every time children solve a puzzle, they develop strategies to solve it faster the next time. Thus honing their critical and logical reasoning skills. Solving puzzles also requires creativity, patience, and perseverance.
7. Social Skills:
When kids work together to complete a puzzle, they take turns, share and support each other. This builds bonding and promotes cooperative play.
‘I did it!’, yes, it gives them a sense of achievement when they complete the puzzle. It boosts their confidence and self-esteem. You can also set a time limit for solving the puzzle. This gives them a target and they learn to work to achieve their goal within time.