It takes a certain amount of time for a child to put together a bunch of very chaotic, clueless tiles into a fixed, unmistakable beautiful pattern. It is indeed a need to have the keen observation and considerable patience to complete. work.
In the irrelevant pictures, finding the joints that can be connected is a very good exercise activity for cultivating the baby's thinking ability. Therefore, some people likened the jigsaw puzzles toy story to "the vitamins of the brain."
To choose a puzzle for your baby, be sure to choose a puzzle with a simple pattern, a large block, a small number of blocks, and a thick texture. For example, the pattern is a baby's favorite small animal, fairy tale character, animated cartoon or familiar vehicle. And those with a large number of blocks, complex patterns, beyond the scope of the baby's age can understand, quickly lose the interest of the puzzle, do not buy.
The baby of 13-18 months has already left, which frees their hands. It is time to start some hand-eye coordination games.
Children of different ages should choose different jigsaw puzzles. Two-year-olds should choose to put small pictures in the right place. Children 3-4 years old can rotate puzzle pieces and insert complex puzzle pieces together. It is more appropriate for a 3-year-old child to play a raised puzzle on one side, and the number of puzzle pieces is preferably 5-8. 4-year-old children can play 12-18 puzzles.
A 5-year-old child can play 18-35 puzzles. Children who go to school can play more than 50 puzzles. The graphics selection of the puzzle should be attractive. The size of the puzzle should be inversely proportional to the child's age. The pattern of the puzzle is mainly food, cars, animals, boys, girls, and scenes.
Children can get familiar with triangles, circles, and squares by playing with puzzles. Also, understand the vast amount of knowledge that these puzzles bring. For example, a racing puzzle can tell the children about the various parts of the car, as well as the technical data and winnings of the car. Building puzzles can teach children a lot of architectural knowledge including architectural style, architectural history and more.