Puzzles improve children's later spatial skills, study shows

02/16/2012 | United Press International

Children who played with puzzles between 26 and 46 months of age had better spatial skills at 54 months, according to a study in the journal Developmental Science. Although puzzle play improved both boys and girls' spatial skills, researchers found that boys had a tendency to play with more complex puzzles than girls.

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