Traditional toys aid in teaching spatial reasoning to children

03/20/2014 | Reuters

A study in the journal Trends in Neuroscience and Education showed puzzles, blocks and other traditional toys were more effective than electronic media in developing preschoolers' spatial reasoning skills. "One reason these old-fashioned toys provide a lot of benefits is that they involve other play partners or adults in some way," lead author Brian Verdine said.

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