31st August 2022

If you have a small child in the house, you will know how much they enjoy puzzles. From simple single-shaped puzzles to advanced jigsaw puzzles, kids love them. They are usually fun toys but have many educational benefits for young children. Even infants can explore simple puzzles that involve fitting two pieces together (Swartz, 2018).

Puzzles are available with increasing complexity to challenge growing children. There are similar life tasks that we do daily, like puzzles. For example, fitting items into a bag or suitcase is similar to matching puzzles.

There are many benefits of playing with puzzles. Some of them are listed below.

  • COGNITIVE SKILLS: Puzzles have different themes like the alphabet, fruits, vegetables and cartoons. It helps children to increase their visual awareness and develops a deeper understanding of topics.
  • PROBLEM-SOLVING: Finishing a puzzle, even the easiest, sets a single goal. Toddlers and children must think & develop strategies on how to approach achieving this goal. This process involves problem-solving and reasoning skills, which can be later transferred into their personal life (2018).
  • DEVELOP HAND EYE COORDINATION: Flipping, rotating, moving and manipulating the pieces boosts the natural hand-eye coordination in kids.
  • SOCIAL- Puzzles are a great educational tool to enhance and promote cooperative play. As kids work together to complete the puzzle. They will discuss where a piece should go and why to take turns and start supporting each other while handling the frustration. They share the joy of finishing up the puzzle.
  • SELF ESTEEM: The feeling of achieving a goal after completing the puzzle brings satisfaction to the child’s mind. Overcoming the challenges in solving a puzzle gives them a sense of achievement and pride (Davis, 2012).
Bc Babycare Skill up Puzzle

After understanding these essential facts, we decided to introduce Bc Babycare’s skill-up puzzles, which fulfil all your requirements. Skill Up Puzzle

Skill Up Puzzles are so much fun and assist with cognitive development and hand and eye coordination.

  • seven7 stages of puzzles with different designs.
  • Specially designed stages of puzzles for different age groups and levels.
  • From 2 pieces to 195 pieces, increase the challenge level in every stage.
  • Both the front and back of the puzzle are different designs.
  • Comes with 3D cards.
  • Every set of puzzles includes a sticker as a reward for the child.
  • Parents can track their kid’s learning through the tracking card.
  • The puzzle box is designed as a drawer compartment, easy to keep organised.
  • Smooth and fine edge cutting for safety.


  • Safe materials
  • 136 pcs
  • Suitable age: 3+ years
  • Main materials: paper

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Swartz, D., 2018. Illinois Early Learning Project. [online] Illinois Early Learning Project. Available at: <> [Accessed 31 August 2022].

Davis, J., 2012. Why Puzzles are so Good for Kids Learning?. [online] Learning 4 Kids. Available at: <> [Accessed 31 August 2022].

 From ABC to ACTS. 2018. [online] Available at: <> [Accessed 31 August 2022].