Puzzle toys are the favorite gifts that parents buy for their children. After all, children like toys that can both play and learn. Play is the main activity of young children, and it runs through every aspect of young children’s life. And games are inseparable from toys, which are the main items for children to play. Therefore, puzzle toys are necessary materials for children’s activities and the material basis for game development. As a result, children use toys to play games to understand society, recognize things, enrich knowledge, and broaden their horizons. Therefore, educational toys play an important role in the overall development of children.
The jumping rabbit game is a very puzzle game. First of all, we have to choose the game level according to the child’s age. If your child is relatively young, then you have to choose a simpler one for him. Secondly, our educational toys include three mushroom obstacles, three rabbits, and two foxes. The game’s rule is to let the little bunny jump over the mushroom barrier and return to the rabbit hole. Of course, the rabbit must never encounter a fox on the way back. This is also a very suitable game for parents and children to play together. Because when children can’t solve problems, parents can give them some help. Parents and children can get to know each other better while playing games and enhance each other’s feelings. Puzzle toys are so interesting！
Develop Children’s Intelligence
Puzzle Toys are textbooks that promote the intellectual development of young children. Babies develop very fast after birth, and before the age of 4, infants’ intellectual development is critical. Therefore, during this period, young children need adequate nutrition and constant stimulation from the external environment. Toys can promote fresh stimulation of infant brain development and intellectual development. Moreover, toys partially reproduce the adult world to young children, reproducing human scientific progress, customs, and values. At the same time, it spreads culture to young children. Toddlers rely on toys for activities and learning.