Skills and Ideas with Puzzle Boards
Children absorb everything around them and start developing everyday skills at such an early age! Puzzle boards are just one of many amazing tools which help them develop these skills through playing. So what skills can your child learn from Puzzle Boards?
Children learn how to hold, grasp and release, control and position their fingers, rotate and pinch whilst trying to place shapes back in their spots.
Children enhance their gross motor skills through stacking the shapes and animals.
Children learn to determine differences or similarities in shapes, recall visual traits and develop hand-eye co-ordination.
Children develop and increase their vocabulary when we create a language rich environment.
Children learn how to figure out where puzzle objects fit and don't fit in a logical way.
Our puzzle boards are designed to grow with your child. Here are some ideas how your child can learn through play.
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You can also use the Montessori 3 Period Lesson with these 3 part cards and puzzle board:
Here are a few ideas on how to use them, but feel free to get creative and experiment with the way your child learns best!
Use beans, seeds, play dough or nature items like flowers to fill in the board shapes.
We hope this blog inspires you to make heaps of memories with your child while they flourish in their own environment. You can view our children's range HERE.