As a simple rule, your child should be able to complete a puzzle in a while relatively short, with regular success. You should have to persevere a little but always be able to complete it… but it is important that in order for the puzzle or puzzle to be right, you have the right pieces for your ability and age or at least, that it is a kind of puzzle that helps you progress progressively.

In order for a child to enjoy the puzzles and most importantly, advance his learning, he should be exposed daily to this type of activity. This will have it as a routine and it will be easier that as the difficulty increases you can develop the necessary skills to solve them.

This is how they experience success and develop the motivation to continue to do them and challenge themselves more. When your child is completing a puzzle very quickly with minimal effort, it’s time to expose them to others a little more challenging.

The worst thing is to have a child who is so frustrated with puzzles that he surrenders and develops an aversion to them. So, now you know how to introduce puzzles and how your kids learn to do them.

Puzzles are important for children’s learning and have great benefits. Therefore, it is good that from the age of 18 months (or earlier if the little one has interest) expose him constantly and daily to the activity of performing puzzles and puzzles. Kids will have a great time, you will be cultivating some excellent family quality moments.

In addition, children will be able to take advantage of many of its benefits, which by way of example we can list the following: memory, hand-eye coordination, concentration, perseverance, job satisfaction well done, etc. What are you waiting for your children to not lack puzzles in your home and enjoy this activity so entertaining!