Big brother wanted them to put the last piece together but the girl sneaked early morning and finished the picture.
Here they are, happy as clams, working on that tiny table which is one of my office desks where I work on my laptop on my bed before and after sleep.
Our family love working on puzzles. It's not only fun and challenging but it also enhances cognitive, fine-motor, and social skills among children (adult, too). It helps develop hand-eye coordination of young children.
Puzzles also improve child's problem-solving and reasoning skills. A child learns to see the relationships of isolated pieces to the big picture. I, myself, learn to be more patient working with puzzles. One thing I also like to see my children develop is the habit of finishing a task. I see it in action in their determination to see the complete picture.
|2 of our youngest students|
The problems of puzzles are very near the problems of life.
- Erno Rubik