Everyone knows that JIGSAW PUZZLES are fun, but what are the surprising benefits of doing a puzzle?!
- Jigsaw puzzles give the brain an overall workout, stimulating the left and right sides of the brain. When the brain is working together this increases the cognitive function, the brain connects the shapes and colours.
- In order for our brains to look at each individual piece and working out how to piece them together to complete one large puzzle, this is involving spatial awareness and reasoning.
- Piecing together a jigsaw puzzle with similar colours and shapes requires concentration and attention to detail
- When looking for specific puzzle pieces, like the eye of a child or the pink flower, allows you to memorise other pieces. Remembering that you already saw the blue button piece later in the puzzle helps improve your memory.
- Did you know that doing a jigsaw puzzle for just 25 minutes a day actually improves your IQ by 4 points.
- One of the best benefits of completing jigsaw puzzles is by far, problem solving.
- The skill of problem-solving for kids is extremely important as a life skill, and what a fun way to learn how to problem solve.
- Jigsaw puzzles can be a wonderful way for children and adult to unwind, relax, forget your problems, zone out and piece together a puzzle. Being able to relax and recharge your batteries is crucial for your mental health.
- The satisfaction of solving and completing a jigsaw puzzle is certainly going to improve your mood. The satisfaction is not only once you complete the puzzle, as every puzzle piece you find and put in the right spot is a win and so satisfying indeed.
- Jigsaw puzzles are a fantastic way of bringing family together. A collage of the family for everyone to piece together at Christmas time…………..Priceless.
- The last benefit is that buying a jigsaw puzzle from www.dmemories4u.com.au will solve the problem of, what do you buy someone who has everything or doesn’t need anything.
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