Children easily associate and connect to things that are new interesting. These puzzles will help them learn how to observe and culminate their knowledge and simultaneously improve their visual recognition skills.Contents: 5 seven-piece puzzle play cardsActivities or games:


1. Complete a set

a) First, help a child understand the importance of the specified senses and the associated cards.

b) Once understood, allow them to put together the puzzle pieces.

c) After several attempts, when the child is confident enough, take a stop watch to measure the time in which he completes a single set.

d) Give goals to complete the sets, like going for a walk together, or playing together, and so on.


2. Complete a set

a) Let the player select a sense card. Keep it aside.

b) Shuffle all the associated cards and deal.

c) The youngest will begin the game, going clockwise.

d) Objective is to complete a set.

e) If a player has a card that he doesn?t require, pass it on to the next player.

f) The fastest to make a set is the winner.


3. Name game (four players)

a) Deal four sense cards among the players.

b) Shuffle all the associated cards, keeping them face down.

c) The game leader picks a smaller card and describes it, like, bitter, sweet, mirror, loud, hot, etc.

d) If a player has the matching sense card, he keeps it.

e) The fastest to make a set is the winner.

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