Jigsaw Puzzles For Children
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Review of "Jigsaw Puzzles For Children"
You can then graduate to very large piece puzzles - there are a good range of large piece floor puzzles available now for the 2-5 age range. The alphabet and number train puzzles are excellent as they fulfil two functions - helping to improve dexterity and hand to eye coordination and learn their ABC/numbers. The child is learning while they are having fun with the puzzle.I have always found the 6-9 age range the hardest to get decent puzzles for - they are either too easy or too many pieces and enthusiasm wanes. I was delighted when I discovered Orchard and KSG puzzles. Their ranges have suggested child age ranges on them and have really interesting ( to children) subject matters. I was particularly pleased with the glow in the dark ones from KSG - my grandson absolutely loved them.
I have also been lucky enough to come across the puzzles in a tin - thes eare 500 pieces, and are made of wood and are packed into a tin in the shape of an oversized soft drinks tin which doubles up as a money box. They are inexpensive, have lovely designs, and because they are made of wood, can be picked up in one piece when finished. My granddaughter of 14 has made several and she and her friends really rate them.Puzzles are absorbing and make you think; they can be done as a solitary pursuit ( single child) or as a social multi person activity. They improve dexterity and shape recognition and can help a child learn about the advantages of perserverance. The feeling of satisfaction that they feel when they finish a puzzle is plain to see and a joy to watch.
Product Information : Jigsaw Puzzles For Children
Manufacturer's product descriptionJigsaw
Long Name: Jigsaw Puzzles For Children
Type: Educational Toy
Listed on Ciao since: 11/12/2000