Explore the alphabet – this puzzle is a fantastic introduction to the alphabet for little learners. Each brightly colored letter is illustrated by an image beginning with the letter. This means that the child not only learns to identify and recognize the letters, they also get an introduction to letter sounds.
Increase concentration & focus – the puzzle encourages the child to build up concentration as they work to complete the whole alphabet and discover each new illustration. Jigsaw puzzles are a great way to improve a child’s ability to focus on a task to completion.
Develop problem-solving skills – working out which piece goes where is a wonderful way to develop problem-solving skills. Using trial and Error, with the pictures to guide them, children will work out new techniques for solving the puzzle. These problem-solving skills will help them as they undertake other tasks.
Boost self-esteem & confidence – completing a puzzle, either together with an adult or independently, gives a child a sense of achievement that provides them with a healthy boost to their self-esteem. Learning new skills is a great way to increase a child’s sense of self-esteem.
Improve motor skills/hand-eye coordination – putting the puzzle together is a good physical challenge for children, boosting their developing motor skills and improving their hand-eye coordination; two transferable skills that will help them in many areas of their education.