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Puzzles

One of the biggest challenges of the early learning stage is understanding the concept of parts that make up a whole. Each episode of “Puzzles” presents the challenge of putting together four parts of a familiar shape or object to make it whole. Puzzle-Kid guides young viewers through each part, eventually revealing the shape or object in its entirety and naming it.

Program Schedule
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VARIETY
6:00 AM - 7:29 AM
7:23 AM
HOLA BEBE
3:30 PM - 3:59 PM
3:46 PM
Program Viewing Tips
  • Ask your child about the puzzle pieces: “Where will that piece fit?”
  • Ask your child about the empty spots: “What piece will fit in that spot?”
  • Explain to your child that puzzle pieces fit together to make a whole picture.
  • Puzzle Time promotes symbolic thinking skills by engaging children in mental problem solving.
  • Puzzle Time introduces ideas in problem solving and logic.
  • This series helps children develop visual memory and visualization skills.
  • Figuring out the correct position of puzzle pieces helps children exercise perceptual motor skills.
  • Children begin to develop ‘symbolic thought’--the ability to form mental pictures of objects-- between 18-24 months.
Program Educational Values
  • Naming objects
  • Recognizing shapes
  • Evolving basic motor skills