The puzzle is a toy capable of entertaining and at the same time stimulating the minds of young and old. The search for tiles that fit well with the adjacent ones, to form a complete figure, in fact stimulates general concentration and attention to detail. The child thus increases his observation skills and logic skills, while at the same time having fun in solving the simple puzzle. The puzzle depicting the characters of Disney Princesses can be an intriguing way to make children sit at the table of games and tear them away from electronic entertainment that is not always healthy for the eyes and mind. In this case it is not only being able to complete the puzzle that amuses the child, but also the possibility of reviewing the image of one's favorite cartoon character perfectly reproduced in front of him.
The puzzle is able to give a constructive sensation and the satisfaction of having completed something with your own hands, stimulating the tactile and motor skills of the hands in the little ones. In fact, at the age level, there are puzzles capable of covering more or less every range, with pieces that become more or less large and complex as we grow up. The puzzles for the little ones can be interlocking of even very few pieces, made from soft and safe to handle tiles, while the older ones, from eight years upwards, begin to see smaller and more complex pieces or even the fun three-dimensional puzzles.
Once completed, the puzzle can also be framed.