When solving a puzzles require active work of thought.
The entertaining built itself a form of riddles, the better will be gently help your child to learn something new.
Riddles - drawn in a particular formissues involving the receipt-otgadki response. When teaching the child new concepts they can use to verify the intelligence, the development of observation, consolidate the material.
What is a mystery
Puzzles like folk art have appeared onlight a long time ago. They are widely used as a means of entertainment or education and are entertaining questions about the phenomena or objects that should be carefully considered, and to find the answer, that is otgadku.
Riddle - a great exercise for the development oflogic, the implementation of which the child can be taught to abstract, that is, taking into account only certain aspects of the object, or synthesized - to find the subject on several grounds that are listed in the job.
How to teach a child to solving a puzzles
Most children like to look for and find answers to riddles.
This is a good test of knowledge and great fun, the process itself is fun no less than the result.
The search for an answer and explanation output, which ledto a solution would require the child's ability to reason - to solve the task need to creatively express their thoughts have to be in a sufficiently convincing manner. It is much easier and more accurate guess riddles in children if instill in them the skill of logic judgment. Now otgadka is not based on a random coincidence, but on an analysis of the proposed material.
To give to the question of the correct detailed answer,the child must learn to devote named in the riddle signs. Puzzles are designed for children, it is usually constructed in such a way that the child can move in the search for an answer in stages. Do not suggest an answer - quick tips make it impossible to think independently.
Accustomed to a ready-made answers, gradually the child may even lose interest in the mysteries.
Not necessarily immediately try to find the answer - if the decision is better to try to move from the general to the particular signs.
Example. Having read the riddle, to start to think, what you should have as an answer - an object or phenomenon?
All I have is made of iron,
I have no legs, no hands.
I'm on board got a hat,
And for me all the fat but the fat.
It is clear that the question of an inanimate object, becauseit is made of iron. "Tuk-tuk" - can suggest a hammer. Further thoughts about going in this direction: some inanimate object can "wear" the hat? And as if by itself the answer comes "iron nail", as the "hat" helps to recall the "hat."
The complexity of the puzzle for the solver always willIt depends on how he is familiar object in question, and report on data. This is true for everyone, whether man or woman, girl or baby.