Today, I will talk to you about the more common toys—the choice of children’s toy puzzles.
Jigsaw toys are good educational toys that can exercise your baby’s concentration, memory and patience. But sometimes the children are just not interested, and the mothers just don’t know what to do. The suggestion for everyone is to choose the form of jigsaw puzzle that conforms to the laws of children’s cognitive development and meet the children’s own interests.
Babies generally first get to know the typical outlines and colors of things, and only pay attention to the detailed information content of the patterns after they are older. In other words, you can imagine your baby yourself as a nearsighted eye. In his eyes, he can only see the outline and general color changes, but it is difficult for him to see and remember the complicated details. That is to say, when we choose the puzzle, we can start by relying on the outline and color to determine the position of the puzzle, and then gradually transition to mainly relying on the details of the target image processing to determine the position of the puzzle, because only the latter requires more powerful memory and Ability to analyze problems.
Each puzzle piece is a relatively independent existence, and its shape is also different. Choosing this type of puzzle often helps to improve the baby’s memory and increase his interest in the puzzle. The edges of the puzzle pieces are irregular, which helps children locate the position and angle of each puzzle piece. This is in line with children’s characteristics of identifying things by contours and colors.