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Puzzles in early childhood enhance cognitive development through requiring children to problem solve, engage in trial and error and find alternative ways of thinking. Puzzles also assist children in developing dispositions for learning such as persistence and commitment. Puzzles are flexible, in that, they provide inspiration for further learning through the pictures, shapes, material and sizes they are made of. Whether it is sets of puzzles, wooden puzzles, knob puzzles, age appropriate puzzles or puzzles based on themes we have it covered in our extensive range.

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