- BUILD ON EARLY READING SKILLS
- CARD BOUND
- PREMIUM QUALITY
- SIZE: 9” x 14.5”
- PIECES: 108
- ENCOURAGE CONFIDENCE IN LITERACY
- INTRODUCE KEY PROBLEM-SOLVING SKILLS
- IMPROVE MOTOR SKILLS
- BOOST CONFIDENCE & SELLF ESTEEM
- EXPLORING ACTIVITY
- IDEAL PREPARATIONN FOR SCHOOL
Jigsaw Puzzles carry a unique importance in today's world as far as the training, education and grooming of the children is concerned. It's an easy way to raise their IQ level in an interesting way. These puzzles are meant for those children who are at their first learning step of Alphabets and other basic knowledge. These puzzles also help improve the mental capabilities and learning skills of the children. Jigsaw Puzzles also provide a chance to the children to look on the things with different perspectives. This will lead them to develop a better decision making skill and during this course of activities, they enable themselves for the practical work more effectively. One more important aspect of this activity is that the children learn how to put right blocks in the right place with the help of the colourful pieces of Puzzles.
The Match It! Spelling collection of puzzles teach a range of early reading skills including letter recognition, word formation and spelling. By putting the cards together to form a word, the child gains important understanding of the mechanics of reading, all aided by the pictures which provide a clue to the word being formed. The puzzles contain both three- and four-letter words. Learning to read can be a daunting process, but self-correcting puzzles, where the pieces will only fit if they are correct, can provide a boost of confidence. This can help any child to feel more positive and confident when approaching literacy tasks. These puzzles are an ideal way to help your child develop basic understanding of how to solve simple problems, developing important skills that will help them as they progress on to more difficult tasks. Thick, durable cardboard construction makes products easy to grasp and use, and also a great way of improving hand-eye coordination and encouraging the development of essential motor skills. Working towards creating each word provides plenty of motivation and this helps your child develop their concentration skills, teaching them the importance of focusing on the task to completion.