Things I Eat - Puzzle (15 pieces)
- Learning puzzle – Kids can improve their problem solving skills and fine motor development.
- Safe to use – For boys and girls ages 3 and above.
- Comes in 15 fun pieces in 1 set.
- Features healthy food that includes all food groups.
- Encourages healthy eating for boys and girls who are picky eaters.
Learning Puzzle - Things I Eat
From childhood right through adulthood, we love how puzzles challenge our thinking and thus exercise our minds. Most parents buy their children puzzles just to make them sit still for several moments while they do their chores or while they can rest too. In fact it is a good past time to spend with the kids while they are off from school or even while on a picnic.
To count, the following are the benefits of playing puzzle among children:
Develops Fine Motor Development and Improves Cognitive Skills
This is such a good way to make them practice, identify and react accordingly to the puzzling pieces, making them more involve to move and choose what exactly fits to the correct places of the puzzles. Small and precise, accurate movements, resulting from what their eyes can see to what their hands eventually do when their brain relates to this information.
Differentiating and matching colors and shapes help them to retain and recall much of it that they soon will be identifying them in their next solving problem. Moreover, once they get to complete and solve their puzzle, their minds wander of what else they can probably do to create an easier way to complete the next rounds.
Problem Solving and Reasoning
Your child is trained to set a goal to finish something until the end despite the unfitted shapes and colors. Determination and focus, no matter how they look candidly cute and sometimes irate looking for the best pieces, are the keys to accomplish something they never want to give up in the first place.