1. Playing with building blocks can train children’s concentration.
When playing with blocks, children will concentrate on assembling, and the children will concentrate on the blocks. This is very good for the development of children’s concentration.
2. Cultivate children’s spatial imagination ability.
In the process of assembling with building blocks, children must first have shapes and structures in their brains, which can improve children’s spatial imagination.
3. Cultivate children’s hand-brain coordination ability.
In the process of hands-on assembly, children can exercise their coordination ability and promote brain development.
Fourth, cultivate children’s patience.
Some of the building blocks are very complicated, and children must have enough patience to successfully assemble them. In order for the child to complete the assembled content, it must be completed step by step, which can cultivate the child’s patience.
5. Can cultivate children’s creativity and develop children’s intelligence.
Some children do not follow the drawings and spell out their own imaginary shapes, which can improve children’s creative ability and help children’s intellectual development.
Sixth, it can reduce the time for children to play with electronic products and reduce the harm of electronic products to children.
Building blocks have many benefits for children. As long as parents control their children’s playing time and play after the learning tasks are completed, they will not affect their children’s learning due to playing with building blocks. Because building blocks have the above advantages, in a sense, they are also helpful for learning.