The 5 Secrets to Raising an Einstein Child
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Puzzles for kids support cognitive development of working memory and spatial awareness through problem solving, concentration and critical thinking.
Puzzles teach kids how to take on the world through comprehension and problem solving. Whether it’s fitting jigsaw pieces together or fitting objects together to create a larger structure, essential cognitive skills are being developed through play.
Recognising shapes and objects, categorising them, and finding a place to put them are vital skills for life which are developed in the early learning years and form the basis of mathematical reasoning.
Research conducted by Penfield has found that kids who do puzzles have better fine motor skills, hand-eye co-ordination, spatial awareness, and working memory.
The Child Development Institute say that puzzles build concentration and critical thinking by rewarding patience, increasing self-confidence, and encouraging learning.
Working on a puzzle together is rewarding for both you and your child, as you get to witness them learn and grow as they share their thoughts and have fun. Learning and working together to problem solve aids the development of social skills can bring you and your children (and their siblings) closer together.
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