Aloha Everyone,Even as a toddler, our granddaughter loved puzzles. First ones were simple wood blocks and then bigger, more complex pictures often of castles, animals, classic arts or landscapes.
Currently a completed puzzle of the scene of an English village with tea shop is on the living room table. It is one of many Ravensburger puzzles our granddaughter completed. On a daily basis, she will move a few of the pieces. It’s mostly a non-verbal game. I will find pieces that are missing or misplaced. Once they are restored in their rightful spot, I then would move two, three pieces in non- conspicuous parts.
She is extremely creative and competitive. With her sharp and good memory, it is a fun challenge for me to see how many seconds it takes her to find missing or misplaced pieces.
Aloha -- Cathi