Puzzles help build memory and logic in children
Putting together puzzles for toddlers not only improves their logical thinking, but also sharpens their memory. It's logic that helps them understand if the piece doesn't fit, and memory that helps them figure out where the piece goes. Additionally, puzzles build nerve connections to the brain, which helps kids understand complex stuff faster and better.
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You can learn a lot with puzzles/jigsaws. There's so much more to them than just vivid, engaging colours. Growing Kind has a great collection of jigsaws that teach kids about animals, words, the alphabet, numbers, colours, vehicles, and more.
The joy your child feels when he or she completes a puzzle not only leaves you awestruck, but also encourages them to solve more. By doing this, they'll learn how to sort colours, sizes, and shapes.