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Books For Kids Age 2-4: The Benefits of Puzzles in Early Childhood Development; Discover 76 varied and challenging riddles.(Books For Kids Age 2-4

Books For Kids Age 2-4: The Benefits of Puzzles in Early Childhood Development; Discover 76 varied and challenging riddles.(Books For Kids Age 2-4

ISBN: 9781521479841
Publisher: Independently published
Publication Date: 2017-06-10
Number of pages: 27
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The Role of Parents Although a parent’s role in their children’s learning evolves as kids grow, one thing remains constant: we are our children’s learning models. Our attitudes about education can inspire theirs and show them how to take charge of their own educational journey. Be a role model for learning. In the early years, parents are their children’s first teachers — exploring nature, reading together, cooking together, and counting together. Your mind is much like a muscle, Use it often and push it to the limit and it will get better and stronger with time. Discover together: With its 76 varied and challenging riddles, will assist you in doing just that. Riddles For Kids & Family! contains 76 fun and challenging riddles aimed mainly at children aged 2-4, as well as their parents, siblings and friends. The TEN basics of what puzzles do for your child When your child is alone with a puzzle you can expect TEN basic skills to be built: 1. Language Skills: Puzzles offer children an opportunity to develop many language skills. Puzzles are often used when working with Autistic Children who have delayed speech ability as a playful tool to encourage speech. 2. Problem solving: Answers piece fits or it does not. Your child uses critical thinking skills to solve the puzzle and, best of all, you can’t cheat a puzzle. 3. Social Skills: When children work cooperatively to complete a puzzle they engage in conversation. They develop a plan to solve the puzzle, they take turns and help each other solve problems as they arise. 4. Shape recognition: The first puzzles we use are simple shapes- triangle, squares and circles... 5. Developing Persistence: When a child works on a Puzzle until completion the child is developing persistence. Once the Puzzle is solved the child can feel a sense of accomplishment which boosts his independence and self esteem. 6. Math Skills: Puzzles teach children several basic math concepts as well, 7. Spur Imagination and Creativity: Playing with mosaic puzzles encourages imagination and creativity, stimulate brain cells. 8. Adaptable and Abstract Thinking: Children use adaptable thinking and deductive reasoning skills. 9. Cognitive skills: As they solve the problems of a puzzle 10. Emotional skills: They learn patience and are rewarded when they complete the puzzle There is no mistaking the benefits of Puzzles in childhood development. You used them, your parents used them and your children are using them now. Give your child the opportunity to continue learning from simple shapes.

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