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While Sakara is great for independent learning and development, one of the most educational things about it is the way it builds social skills as well.When children build something together they learn to share, consider others’ opinions, taketurns, be patient, and give constructive feedback and criticism (“it might fall down if we do that; why don’t we try it this way”).This also develops a collaborative nature and teaches children the joy of team work from an early stage.
Learning about colours and shapes in early childhood does not necessarily need to be taught with usual colour and shapes activities.Children understand the building blocks of complex shapes and learn to use colour creatively as they play with Sakara.
Analyzing a pattern, active play, planning what piece comes next, waiting for their turn and listening to others (when building in a group) all takes focus and can hugely help with children who sometimes need a little extra help with concentration.One of the reasons why Sakara is great for brain development is its ability to improve concentration span. The more a child is immersed in an activity, the better a child’s ability to focus.
Playing with Sakara is shown to have a calming and relaxing effect, and this comes handy with children who may have anxiety or stress. The cubes also allow children to channel their nervous energy into creativity and creating new things with sakara cubes bring a feeling of order and tends to build self-confidence over time.
Playing with Sakara is intriguing as the cubes may come tumbling down because of one wrong move – initially this may be frustrating, however repeatedly playing with Sakara can help children develop perseverance and learn to overcome frustration, knowing that theirmasterpieces can be re-built. It also allows an opportunity to try out new ideas without a fear of failure, as children tend to learn that errors are fixable.
Playing with Sakara has amazing benefits for the development of fine motor skills and aids in developing dexterity and strength in the fingers and sensory awareness. Playing with the small cubes strengthens little fingers and develops hand-eye coordination.
Sakara cubes spark creative energy and encourage children to bring their imagination to life.The versatile nature of these cubes create an open space for self-expression and experimentation. While the provided ideas to model can be fun to introduce to kids, the possibilities of true learning happens when children build freely.
The best way to encourage problem solving skills in children is to immerse them in play that challenges them to constantly solve problems creatively. As they decipher order, understand quantity, symmetry, patterns and location of the cubes, children also improve geometric and arithmetic knowledge, and develop spatial awareness.
Unlike other building blocks which can only be attached vertically and horizontally, Sakara Cubes can also be attached diagonally. This unique feature allows children to create different, multiple and complex structures that helps explore their creativity and imagination without any limits.