Published at Sunday, July 22nd, 2018 - 16:49:43 PM. . By Bobbi Kerr.
Blocks also provide physical development for children. Playing with blocks will improve both the childs gross motor skills and fine motor skills. As children pick up the small blocks, carry them from place to place, and position them, their small muscles will develop. Even seemingly \"small\" motions will provide benefits. When children stack blocks, they will improve their hand-eye coordination as well as their balance.
Standard wooden alphabet blocks naturally appeal to children. Wood that has been sanded and polished feels good to the touch. Their symmetrical shape is naturally pleasing. Blocks allow cognitive and intellectual development for children. Blocks help children develop a concrete understanding of the world around them. They will learn about sizes, shapes, numbers, orders, area, length, patterns, and weight as they build with and put away the blocks. Blocks also help children to think abstractly. Children form mental pictures as they interact with the world around them. When they play with blocks, they can recreate these pictures in concrete form.
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