02/06/2014, 13:06

Does your child like puzzles? Teach him to create a simple but very fascinating puzzle pattern! By drawing the patterns, crossings the lines, and creating turbulence, the child not only develops his imagination but also trains his hand! You will require a ruler, a pencil, and a felt-tip pen.

It is best to create the puzzle on big sheets of A3 size, and to store the pieces of each puzzle in separate CD cases so as not to mix them up. For 12 small squares that will fit in a CD case, it is necessary to draw the squares at 11.5 cm. If you stick some sheets together you can make more difficult patterns, but it will take more time.

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Structure of Numbers

What do five apples consist of? Ask a child this question and observe his reaction. They’ll likely answer, “Of five apples, of course!” Show them the peel, pulp, well, and seeds. And then tell them five apples also consist of three apples and two apples!

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It is summer outside, in our souls, and even in children's creative works. Let's give the kids the idea of creating a picture from plasticine. We will create the flower meadow!