Wooden puzzles serve as valuable educational tools, promoting attention, memory, and patience in children. The tactile nature of these puzzles engages children in a way that fosters cognitive growth.

  • Cognitive Development Pattern: Choose puzzles based on how your child perceives shapes and colors, gradually transitioning from contour and colors to detailed content.
  • Interest Alignment: Select puzzle themes aligned with your child’s interests, ensuring prolonged engagement and focus.

Opt for big knob puzzles with easy shapes. These puzzles feature:

  • Thick pieces with large knobs.
  • Simple shapes and bright images.
  • Focus on helping the baby grasp and recognize shapes.

Introduce puzzles that involve shape recognition and combination. These puzzles offer:

  • Independent, differently shaped pieces.
  • Names associated with each piece to aid memory.
  • Irregular puzzle edges for effective localization.

Transition to puzzles requiring design details and shape combined judgment. These puzzles feature:

  • Bright patterns with simple lines.
  • Fewer pieces (around 30) with bigger shapes.
  • Emphasis on graphic details for judgment.