Crown & Andrews Monument Valley WMB Ken Duncan 1000PCs Jigsaw Puzzle for 12+ Age

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Crown & Andrews Puzzles 911795.006 WMB Ken Duncan – Monument Valley 1000 Piece Puzzle.

  • Number of Pieces: 1000
  • Item Dimensions (L x W x H): 6 x 49 x 26 centimetres
  • Theme: Buildings
  • Material: Cardboard
  • Educational Objective: Shape Recognition
  • Included Components: Puzzle Pieces
  • Colour: Multicolour

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WHO ARE PUZZLES FOR? HOW CAN THEY BE AN ESSENTIAL HEALTH TOOL?

Q: Is it true that jigsaw puzzles are only good for the elderly?

Crown & Andrews Monument Valley WMB Ken Duncan 1000PCs Jigsaw Puzzle for 12+ AgeA: No, that’s definitely not true!

REASON:

That is a myth that people believe because, as children, we have our school classes and homework on a regular basis, and then we have our careers to keep our brains well-oiled and working making us believe we can not benefit from doing puzzles. This is why puzzles of any kind do become more of a necessity as we reach a certain age, but they are also extremely beneficial for all ages!Crown & Andrews Monument Valley WMB Ken Duncan 1000PCs Jigsaw Puzzle for 12+ AgeREASON: 

Jigsaw puzzles are a great workout for the brains of all ages. For the young to middle age groups, jigsaws can be a more relaxing brain workout and a fantastic blood pressure tool. Which is extremely beneficial to our brains than the constant hard pressured workouts due to nonstop exams, work issues plus the overwhelming pressures and stress of daily life.

Why is it important to do a more light hearted brain activities:Crown & Andrews Monument Valley WMB Ken Duncan 1000PCs Jigsaw Puzzle for 12+ Age

 

It is important to do a more de-stressing activity to avoid Brain Fog/Burn out that can be detrimental long-term. Brain burnout is caused by constantly overusing and over stressing your brain on a high-pressure level for long periods. Which can be just as damaging as not keeping your brain regularly active.Crown & Andrews Monument Valley WMB Ken Duncan 1000PCs Jigsaw Puzzle for 12+ AgeDoing any brain de-stressing puzzles is like doing your body muscle warm-up & cool down sessions before & after workouts. Which are essential if we want the best chance of avoiding serious long-term injuries and if you want to keep your muscles healthier and working for longer.

How can doing puzzles help your long-term memory and fight against future brain diseases?Crown & Andrews Monument Valley WMB Ken Duncan 1000PCs Jigsaw Puzzle for 12+ AgeCrown & Andrews Monument Valley WMB Ken Duncan 1000PCs Jigsaw Puzzle for 12+ AgeCrown & Andrews Monument Valley WMB Ken Duncan 1000PCs Jigsaw Puzzle for 12+ Age

IMPORTANT KNOWLEDGE!

We have left links below for your information from the professionals;

https://www.restinpieces.co.uk/blogs/news/are-jigsaw-puzzles-good-for-dementia-patients

 We offer all types of brain building products within our Games and Puzzles category.

Ten Of The Best Brain Puzzles & Games To Do:

1. BINGO

Bingo is a fun, social game for everyone, especially seniors. This is why it’s offered at many Senior Lifestyle Community Centres and some Senior Centers and Libraries. It encourages social interaction and memory challenges. Bingo also offers health benefits from participation in the game’s activities, such as hearing when numbers are called out, sight when searching for numbers on the bingo card, and touch when using pieces, markers or daubers to mark the cards.

2. CRAFT DRAWING, BUILDING, or DESIGNING PRODUCTS

Any games or products that help you to stretch and to work your brains in a more relaxing and infinitive manner will be extremely beneficial towards normalising blood pressure, de-stressing and relaxing your mind and your body.

3. JIGSAW PUZZLES: 

Working on jigsaw puzzles is a wonderful way to fill the hours, either alone or with friends helping out. Jigsaw puzzles involve strategy and problem-solving skills, and they can grow in complexity depending on the number of pieces, the picture design or even the puzzle shape. They are also inexpensive, widely available in dollar stores.

Working on jigsaw puzzles is a wonderful way to fill the hours, either alone or with friends helping out. Jigsaw puzzles involve strategy and problem-solving skills, and they can grow in complexity depending on the number of pieces, the picture design or even the puzzle shape.

4. CHECKERS:

This is an easy-to-learn board game for seniors. This game is less about strategy and more about the process of logic and simple hand-eye coordination. Game sets are in many sizes, including ones with large boards and pieces, which can help seniors with arthritis or vision challenges.

5. CHESS:

Chess is a more complex game of strategy, beneficial for strengthening problem solving and reasoning. Chess can seem complicated at first, but the work is worth it because it can increase brain use and focus. Chess can be played in person or online with other players or alone.

6. CROSSWORD PUZZLES:

Crossword puzzles are everywhere, from daily newspapers to free online sites to books you can purchase at the grocery store or dollar store. These puzzles are a challenge either alone or sitting with a group, everyone helping each other out. If crosswords aren’t appealing, other free word games for seniors can be tried, such as word searches.

7. SCRABBLE:

This is a true classic board game for seniors and all ages. Scrabble can be entertaining while exercising memory, and can help build your vocabulary. Since it’s a game for at least two people, it is a social game, too.

8. SOLITAIRE:

Solitaire and other card games help keep brains sharp. As one of the most popular card games, solitaire can be played in person or online. Other simple card games, which involve others, include bridge, gin rummy, go fish and hearts.

9. SUDOKU:

Sudoku puzzles challenge logic skills and mental abilities, which makes them perfect for seniors looking to stay sharp. Finishing a sudoku puzzle gives a senior a sense of accomplishment. There are many sudoku resources available, from inexpensive books to online sites to apps.

10. TRIVIA QUIZZES:

Trivia games, such as Trivial Pursuit, are a great stimulator of minds and memories. Played in teams, these games are fun and social, and can spark great conversations about shared experiences.

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