Problem Solving Questions For Kids

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By allowing your baby the time and space to figure things out for himself, you help him build confidence and grow his ability to problem solve.We at ADAM & Mila wish to provide practical and easy to apply ideas for fun and educational activities.

By allowing your baby the time and space to figure things out for himself, you help him build confidence and grow his ability to problem solve.We at ADAM & Mila wish to provide practical and easy to apply ideas for fun and educational activities.

There is a variety of easy brain boosting activities to stimulate your baby’s brain, increase his or her critical thinking skills, and help your little one become a great problem solver.

There are a lot of activities that you can do with your child.

Unlike the stage before, this time when your child is holding an object in each of his hands, he will attempt to pick up a third one without dropping the ones he is already holding.

There is a thought process of how to hold the third item, whether it is by adjusting his grasp on the current two items, reaching with his mouth for the third item or coming up with another way.

There are times when you will be convinced that your child is a genius with the clever ways he can overcome the obstacles that stand in his way! Overcoming obstacles in clever ways is what your little one does best.

These clever ways are not always verbal (especially at a younger age), it is important to practice nonverbal problem solving activities.

At this stage, your child will use an unrelated object to get the object she actually wants.

For example, she may grab a nearby stick (or spatula) to get her favorite toy out from underneath the couch or she may invent other ways to solve her problem of getting her favorite toy out.

Now, when your child sees his favorite toy resting on a towel or sheet out of reach, he will simply purposely pull the towel or sheet with the toy on it closer to him.

Observe this milestone on your child by simply placing a toy on a towel on the floor and see what your child does.

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