When a child is born into a new world, he or she learns, touches and sees everything. Very slowly, but he learns how to function in the environment in which he finds himself. Healthy, proper development depends not only on the child’s body, but also on the parents.
For they can push the child in various ways and stimulate him to acquire particular skills. Among such most popular stimulators present in the market are educational toys. In every toy store you can find a variety of items – it’s hard to decide what to choose. A hit of recent years are observation puzzles, which in a very cool way push the child to learn more about the world.
Observation puzzles are somehow similar to the classic ones. They consist in arranging the individual puzzle pieces into the interconnecting holes arranging the whole picture. Observation puzzles have an additional board, which fits around the illustration. On its edges are drawn different images, points through which the child can perform specific tasks related to the object. For example, in an illustration describing a farm, various objects located in the center of the board may be described on the edges. Thanks to that the parent can point at them stimulating the child to talk about it. This increases his concentration and focus by stimulating toddlers to speech which translates into better brain development.
Puzzles are selected in such a way that their level of difficulty depending on the age can steadily increase. This allows children to use these puzzles for a large part of their development, all the time learning new things. Nowadays there are many types of boards such as space, construction, vehicles, house or knights for example. Depending on the area in which the child wants to develop better, he will choose the one which interests him the most.
Healthy joy for the child
Observation puzzles are so effective and engaging that toddlers using their goodness do it for most of their free time. As a result, they spend it not only having fun, but also educating themselves better and better adapting to their environment.