The basis of their application is, of course, taken from the classic jigsaw puzzles known to everyone, which allow to put together a whole picture from small elements. It is similar here, but they are arranged on a special poster, on the edges of which there are borders. Thanks to them the child can look for a given element from the whole picture and talk about it. When a parent joins the interaction, he or she can ask questions about certain elements, further arousing the child's focus and concentration. In this way, toddlers can exercise their memory, speech and also learn more about the world. After all, many boys may be interested in construction or space - but won't be taken there right away. It is through toys such as observation puzzles that he can learn a lot of interesting information about a subject that interests him.
Observation puzzles are designed in such a way that they can develop a child for a long time. There are versions adapted to the age of the toddler, who can solve them from as early as +-2 years old, up to the type 6+. This gives parents a wide range of options and gift ideas for years to come.
Observation puzzles combine good and interesting leisure time with good mental development of any child. They are a very good gift for any occasion that entertains and teaches the little ones. By solving different difficulty levels of puzzles, they can gain more experience and practice improving their skills and gaining self-confidence.