Puzzles for Kids Charlotte NC

For preschoolers, the best puzzles are large jigsaw puzzles with thick pieces. The completed picture should be something recognizable like a school house or a farm. This is also a great age for kids to work together on a large puzzle. Together, they can develop strategies to figure out specific patterns. Read on to view more details on puzzles for kids.

Black Forest Books Toys
(704) 332-4838
115 Cherokee Rd
Charlotte, NC
 
Bedford Falls Toys and Books
(704) 527-1921
4217 Park Rd
Charlotte, NC
 
Sun Toy Gifts
(704) 394-5528
3205 Freedom Dr Ste 40
Charlotte, NC
 
Toys Company
(704) 365-7890
242 S Sharon Amity Rd
Charlotte, NC
 
Discovery Toys
(980) 253-0363
10031 Avon Farm Ln
Charlotte, NC
 
Sunshine Daydreams
(704) 332-4367
3225 N Davidson St
Charlotte, NC
 
Mindworks
(704) 359-0700
5501 Josh Birmingham Pkwy
Charlotte, NC
 
Rebel Base Comics Toys
(704) 442-9660
701 S Sharon Amity Rd Ste C
Charlotte, NC
 
Arcade Game Superstore
(704) 334-5404
2628 Heidleburg Ln
Charlotte, NC
 
Underground Games
(704) 543-0054
8316 Pineville Matthews Rd
Charlotte, NC
 

Puzzles for Kids

Last time we discussed the benefits of puzzles for babies and toddlers. Of course, puzzles continue being great educational toys all the way into adolescence. Some people even claim that doing puzzles as an adult helps build brainpower, just like doing the daily crossword.

For preschoolers, the best puzzles are large jigsaw puzzles with thick pieces. The completed picture should be something recognizable like a school house or a farm. This is also a great age for kids to work together on a large puzzle. Together, they can develop strategies to figure out specific patterns.

dreamstime 5991840 Puzzles for Kids Puzzles really get interesting for older school children. Here is the appropriate time for jigsaw puzzles with smaller pieces and more abstract designs. Of course, your child might be ready for this when he or she is younger, so be watchful!

These sorts of puzzles really help develop focus and concentration, as well as working on a small task that helps complete a larger goal. This kind of thinking is quite complex, involving not only visual-spatial developments but also memory and a new understanding of time.

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