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91. Puzzles

For an all-round workout of your pre-schooler’s developing skills, you can’t beat a jigsaw. These traditional puzzles work on so many levels...
91. Puzzles For an all-round workout of your pre-schooler’s developing skills, you can’t beat a jigsaw. These traditional puzzles work on so many levels, from problem solving and fine motor skills, to hand-eye co-ordination and concentration. Completing a puzzle - one that is appropriate for their age - also gives children a vital sense of achievement.  Feeling confident in their abilities and knowing they can successfully complete things is important, because it gives them courage to try new activities they might otherwise avoid for fear of failure. On a secondary level, puzzles with illustrations, characters and words, can help inform and build knowledge around particular topics. From farmyards and French, to colours, numbers and shapes, they are a great way to develop discussions. When choosing your jigsaw, the most important thing to remember is that it should be age and skill-appropriate. For preschoolers, floor puzzles and jigsaws with large pieces work best.
May 01, 2016 By Alexis Ralphs

91. Puzzles

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