Puzzles and Other Games

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Puzzles have been widely acknowledged to be games that expand the mind, and have been used for centuries as teaching tools for young students.  Recent studies have shown that puzzles, such as crosswords and jigsaw puzzles can be used to keep the mind sharp as people grow older.  These studies have also shown that use of puzzles are also a good means to stave off some of the effects of Alzheimer’s.

Other games such as card games and Mahjong have also proven to be great tools in keeping mental faculties tuned up so to speak.  The use of both the left and right brain when playing these games makes it an important way to make the brain’s synaptic functions healthier and more focused.

Please read the following for more information regarding Early Childhood Education

http://www.abc.net.au/news/2012-05-14/alberici-early-childhood-education/4008962

http://sydney.edu.au/courses/Master-of-Brain-and-Mind-Sciences

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