Jigsaw Puzzle for Kids & baby APK

You will not play another game, if you try Jigsaw Puzzle!

Version1.03 (4)
UpdatedOct 10, 2018 (2 years ago)
CategoryGames, Brain Games

Puzzles and puzzles have no age restrictions. However, scientists have proved that the sooner a person begins to get involved in puzzles, the more flexible a person grows out of him.

Puzzle for children from diesel

At the moment, the game from diesel includes 9 thematic sets of pictures (over time, the number will increase). All pictures were selected in a special way, they ideally combine brightness, colorfulness and kindness.

Puzzles can be assembled both from photos and from pictures in the gallery. The game comes with pleasant music and high-quality animation.

The game has only 6 difficulty levels, which include from 4 to 30 parts of the puzzle. Thanks to this approach, the game will interest a child of any age. If you have any difficulties, there are two types of tips at your service.
Why should a child solve puzzles?

You are probably aware that puzzles are useful for the mind and cognitive development of children. Puzzles can now be found anywhere, in children's mats, in cubes, in illustrations of fairy-tale heroes, as well as in games. Puzzles can be single, and sometimes they are produced in series, and they are usually thematic. Someone just buys a puzzle for the child, because it is fashionable, and some parents think about the benefits.

Why are puzzles considered useful for the mental development of the child?
• Understanding the structure of the world. Psychologists have determined that the development of the child’s brain is significantly affected by the possibility of variations (when a child acts on or manipulates the world around him). Puzzles provide this key opportunity. Children learn to work directly with the proposed material, changing its shape and appearance.

• Coordination. When a child flips, moves, removes the "pieces" of the puzzle, he studies the connection between his eyes and hands. The eyes see the task, and the brain then imagines what the guess should look like or what “piece” you need to find and place. Then, the brain, eyes and hands work together to find the item, accordingly, manipulate it and fit it into the puzzle exactly.

• Fine motor skills. Similar to how the overall coordination of hands and eyes is established, puzzles give children the opportunity to develop fine motor skills. We note a physiological fact, gross motor skills, such as walking, develop regardless of mentality. But small motor skills require well-honed movements and concentration of the eyes and brain.

• Problem solving. Working with puzzles forms the skill of effective problem solving. Sooner or later, the child will realize that the puzzle cannot be guessed by deception! The puzzle is either solved, or remains in the subconscious, as a begun and incomplete business. Thus, puzzles teach children to use logical thinking and not quit what they started.

• Memory. Yes, it is such a term that is suitable for an effect. Absolutely any puzzle helps to improve the memory of the child. For example, the baby will need to remember the shape, size and color of the detail when he encounters a puzzle again. If the part does not fit, the child puts it aside; but he will have to remember this fragment as inappropriate.

• Purposefulness. When a child works on a puzzle, he often develops a strategy to complete the job as quickly as possible. This helps the child learn to achieve small goals.

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