Kids will have so much Fun Learning with Puzzles. We have several puzzles that we keep at our house for our grandchildren’s visits.
We’ve had our 25-piece foam puzzle of Jake and the Neverland Pirates for years. It’s perfect and so much fun for our younger grandchildren.
Fun Learning with Puzzles: What can children learn from puzzles?
From an early age, children can begin learning some wonderful skills while having fun. Puzzles will help toddlers develop early hand-eye coordination. Puzzles help build a child’s fine motor skills. Small specialized movements are required when building a puzzle.
Puzzles also build visual skills, attention, concentration, thinking, and problem-solving skills. And, the one that I like the best is a sense of accomplishment. That’s the amazing look on their face when they have put the last piece of the puzzle in place and completed the puzzle. That look is priceless.
Fun Learning with Puzzles: Oh! The Fun
Besides all of the learning benefits for the kids, there is the fun for the parents and grandparents.
When our granddaughters come to visit they run for the puzzle and dump it on the living room floor.
Then they say “Come on Grandpa let’s put the puzzle together”. Now that is beyond priceless. They seem to match colors and pieces together much faster and better than I do.
Puzzles are great gift ideas for your children or grandchildren. For Birthdays, Christmas, or any occasion, pick out some puzzles and let the learning and the fun begin.
Fun Learning with Puzzles
Melissa & Doug are well known for their educational toys. These fine puzzles are no exception. On the Underwater Ocean Floor, learn all about the many species of plants and fish. The USA Floor Map, learn all 50 states and their locations. Or, take a trip to space and learn about the Solar System.