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In a child, you are two to three years old when you come up with a make-up. He puts up his cushions, puts his toys in a corner, puts books on top of each other - almost anything, but he creates something. You know, it's time for the cube.
What kind of chefs should we buy?The most versatile use, leaving almost no space for fantasy, is not very age-related. Under the age of one, you can get to know their feelings, holes, colors, merge them, and make two. Then, five or ten pieces are sufficient. When it really starts, let's expand the inventory. The many different colors, shapes and sizes of cubes are a real challenge for a small child. Smaller pieces are harder to handle in the head, and they are left to diminish. Do not modify your works according to reality or influence the imagination of our ideas. However, you will gain a wealth of experience: how the tower stays in balance, what sound it produces, comparing shorter to longer pieces, practice fine movements, you need to focus - this is also a drama - and, if necessary, you have to endure failure. In this job, the parent is more disturbed than helpful.
For the most part, let's keep the double for the time being: lightly stitching together the building blocks together. Larger elements should be lightly compressed. You can learn the process even more easily if you cast off your learning skills from a bigger sibling. Stitching together the smaller and larger pieces that fit together stimulates logical thinking, recognition, memoir, technical information. There is a need for a generous supply of basic elements to allow for more variation in construction.