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Intentional Activity:

Jigsaw Puzzles (6-8)

Puzzles are a great way to spend quality time with your child! For this age, get a puzzle that is challenging but not discouraging.
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Whether you finish in 1 day or leave it out over multiple and sit down together for 15 minutes at a time, puzzles are a great way to spend one on one quality time with your child. Take advantage of this and be intentional with conversation. Be helpful, but let them overcome the challenge too.

When the puzzle is complete, use super glue to glue it together and frame it! keep the memory of that time you had together.

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Chad Vrla

6-8

Last Updated:
'5/13/2022

Indoor

Puzzles

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Just for Fun

$0-$10, $11-$30

15-30min, 30min-1hr

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