Every person approaches puzzles differently. Some, like me, begin with the edge pieces, and some begin with the picture, and some begin with colours. It doesn't really matter what method is used, because the final product is the same. I suppose I focus on playing to one's strengths and noticing the sizes and shapes of pieces (pattern recognition).
I have been doing puzzles for as long as I can remember. I have steadily increased the number of pieces, and done a few upside down (so the picture isn't showing). I also recently started teaching Grade 2 children to do puzzles, and thereafter 3-year-olds, which taught me patience and communication.
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