Doing puzzles with your preschooler is a great way to spend time together and develop your child’s hand-eye coordination, fine motor skills, and problem-solving abilities. They store fairly easily, are usually battery-free, and come in a variety of topics to entertain any child. Plus, getting your preschooler hooked on puzzles will not only improve his cognitive and motor skills, but will lead the way to bigger puzzles and smaller pieces (and hours more of quiet time for you!). Here are a dozen of our favorite puzzles for preschoolers; they’ll be hooked — trust us!
Did you get a chance to print and try the fun that Carla of shared last week? If you’re looking for more printable learning fun for the kids, here’s another awesome one from Carla: a fun number puzzle perfect for a Preschool beach theme!
We are big fans of puzzles. I used to put them together with my grandma and it brings back fun memories when the kids and I are working on a big puzzle together. Shiloh, my preschooler, isn’t ready for big, complex puzzles yet, but she can do some simple picture matching which is more developmentally appropriate for her. These farm puzzles for preschoolers are so easy to make and we had a lot of fun with them in our sensory bin.
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Here are puzzles for your preschool Sunday school class, daycare, after school program, or just for fun at home. The puzzles are based on popular Bible stories, and include the following activities:
Hidden Picture Puzzles