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Jigsaw puzzles are important. Not only for the development of eye and hand coordination, but because the recognition of shapes and colours in early play leads later on to the easier recognition of the shapes of numbers and letters.

It is most important to realise that children learn by repetition. They love to do Jigsaws over and over again, virtually saying to themselves and to you 'Look what I can do!', 'Look how clever I am!'

We all learn from our successes - they give us confidence to try something else.
So from the simple 6-piece Jigsaws, children will progress to more complicated ones. Parents can use the subject of a Jigsaw as the basis for a story - discuss size, comparison in pieces 'Is the red piece bigger than the green one?', etc. Talk about colour - 'Look at the yellow door', etc.