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Most kids' rooms certainly have some puzzle games: animal-made, favorite fairy-tale characters, refrigerator magnetic or 3D. But when is it ideal?
Puzzle: When should we buy a child?When I was a kid, the Potty Panni puzzle was a decisive game. There were many stories in a box that I all knew, since she read me spanish books many times. it is also a brilliant game because it lasts until the end of the child's life, from the age of 2-3, through to school age until adulthood. And that's why the versatility of the puzzle lies: increasingly complex puzzles can adapt to your child's skills, capabilities and age-specific features.
But what does the puzzle improve? Why is there really a place in every nursery?
When and what puzzle game to choose for the child?Of course, we always look for the right kind of puzzle for our child, according to their age and ability. There are age recommendations in the game boxes, so keep this in mind, as it wouldn't be a good idea to take away the fun of the game with a more expectations, and do not choose much more puzzle than the previous ones.The first puzzle should be a 2-piece form fitting type. You can work out 6-10 pieces sooner. It is important to have larger sized items that smaller children can handle. Children over the age of 2 are already keen on the big jigsaw puzzles made of larger pieces of wood. It's good to see that the batteries have - initially - a tooth that will make their use easier for tiny hands. Ideal choices for 2-3 year olds are the so-called shape-matching puzzles (eg, animal, puzzle) and fairy-tale puzzles that prepare children for smaller puzzle games, but also like to play smaller sponge puzzles.
Don't forget about a small, small piece of puzzle for children under 3!You can then start playing the first currency puzzle games from high school. They can be as much as 24-36 pieces, but of course they need the help of a parent to begin with. Make sure that the images are as large as possible on the first jigsaw puzzles and that the image is not too detailed or detailed. Let's leave this for a later period when the child has experience with the puzzle. If, on the other hand, we find that one of the puzzles is frustrating, we should rather relax and look for another, possibly easier, game to play. By this time, the theme of the images may become more colorful and we can choose more serious pieces for it. Experimenters over the age of 10 can also try out the 3D puzzle, which gives you a whole new set of special features.
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