Author Topic: Jigsaw Puzzles | How can it improve your child’s reasoning skills?  (Read 4491 times)

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As children grow, their developing skills and mental abilities will be reflected in the games that capture their imagination. Puzzles and games that challenge your child, such as a simple jigsaw, are important for their development.

Jigsaw puzzles are a good way of helping your children to build the reasoning skills as well as dexterity. It is a tiling puzzle. Oddly shaped interlocking pieces with small part of a picture on it are required to assemble to complete a picture.

There is a wide variety of jigsaw puzzles available in the market such as wooden or cardboard. Once you’ll teach children how to solve jigsaw puzzles, they’ll happily sit and do it over and over again.
10 Benefits of solving Jigsaw Puzzles:

  • Educational learning tool
        It improves hand-eye coordination
        Develops fine motor skills
        Improves problem solving skills
        Enhances visual perception
        Develops critical thinking
        Stimulates creativity
        Helps brain to remain healthy by increasing dopamine production in brain
        Boosts confidence
        Improves overall performance.

How to play online Jigsaw Puzzles:

  • Click on the website
        Select a theme of your choice
        Choose the image
        Click on the pieces (9 pieces to 225 pieces)
        Hit – Play this puzzle
        Slide the tiles to form an image

After finishing, it shows you the time to make changes accordingly.

    Your time
    Average time
    Best time

You can see yourself on the scoreboard. We are getting addictive to jigsaw puzzles.

« Last Edit: September 14, 2018, 02:57:38 AM by ParentingGyaan »


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