Puzzles are a fun way to learn interesting things

Puzzles were invented in England in the 1760s, first appearing as wooden pieces put together to make maps of Europe. The popularity of the puzzle reached its peak during the Great Depression, when it transformed into a form of entertainment accessible to all budgets.

Today, puzzles can be easily found on the shelves of toy and hobby stores, in all shapes and sizes, with a wide variety of subjects, including pets and landscapes. In the field of smartphone games, intellectual puzzles still retain their appeal because they benefit our brain.

Good for kids and adults

Assembling pictures for 2D puzzles or assembling 3D puzzle models helps children and adults develop and improve motor skills, spatial intelligence and hand-eye coordination.

Children who love puzzles have been found to improve their writing and speaking skills. Puzzles help train memory and focus attention. Assembling requires a process of mental imagery to remember details, which trains memory, attention, patience and perseverance.

3D puzzles can be a useful intellectual tool to get kids away from their smartphones and into productive activity as well as help adults relax after work without resorting to TV.

Additionally, the sense of accomplishment can bring self-confidence and facilitate independent thinking.

In sum, puzzles can be a family tradition that fosters a sense of unity and belonging while being an exciting and fun activity for each member.

Easy and difficult

The 3D puzzles of UGears models, made with high quality plywood, can be easily transported or transported from place to place and assembled without special tools like scissors or glue.

A 3D wooden puzzle by UGears.

Each set of a 3D puzzle includes moving parts or mechanical elements that illustrate the laws of physics, making each set a hands-on teaching tool while adding a decorative element to a home.

Open exteriors let you see the moving rods and links inside the highly detailed toy, like the rubber band motors that allow cars and trucks to move on their own, the sleek gears beneath the plush exterior of a box jewellery, or the soothing pendulum swing of an old-fashioned table clock.

UGears 3D wooden puzzles are made from 100% natural materials, cover a variety of themes with three levels of difficulty for all ages and interests. Sets in the Easy category can be assembled in one to three hours, while Intermediate and Difficult sets take between four to eight and nine to 16 hours to build, providing hours of fun for the whole family as well as great satisfaction .