Does your toddler or preschooler have some puzzles lying around that he occasionally plays with? How often do you try to sit with him and encourage him to play with them? Many parents offer puzzles as a way to keep their little ones occupied without fully realising the importance of puzzles for their toddler’s development.

Teaching your child to play with puzzles seems self-explanatory. You open the box and take the pieces out. You get him to put it together. You get him to take it apart. That sounds easy, but sometimes this is not as straightforward, especially for younger children.

In this Clamber Club Infographic, we invite you to mix up your puzzle play with these super simple tips for teaching your kids how to play with puzzles.


Take a look at the our range of puzzles to help you and your little one on your puzzle journey. Click here – Clamber Club Puzzles