February 3, 2022

Puzzle Your Brain

Child putting together a puzzle

When my daughter was in upper elementary school, my mom picked her up to walk a neighbor's puppy once a week and sometimes go to a friendly neighborhood cafe for dinner. One of the waiters started creating mazes on graph paper for her to figure out while waiting for their food. Eventually, Brian taught Adriana how to make them, and we soon had a binder of his and her mazes! Adriana expanded on her fascination with mazes by building them for her hamster. This is just one example of the ability of puzzles to engage and grow your brain's problem-solving abilities fully!

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