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Jigsaws are good for all ages. Studies have been able to show that they can improve cognition and visual-spatial reasoning. By putting the pieces together the concentration required improves short-term memory and problem solving.

For little ones, simple jigsaws help with the development of finger strength – so ask for the pieces to be turned, flipped, slide and wriggled into place. Start with peg board puzzles, with nice chunky pegs. Then there is a natural progression onto large jigsaw pieces, with few parts to make.

As little ones get older and reach school age, puzzles can include subjects like maps and educational material. And, if jigsaws are done as a group activity teamwork, cooperation and sharing are learnt.

Jigsaws are fun and upon completion there is a sense of achievement to be enjoyed. We have so much choice, we’re sure you will find a subject that will entertain and bring joy.

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