I love a Rubik’s cube, I have done since I was younger and they haven’t changed a bit. The only addition to the Rubik’s family is the introduction of the junior puzzles – in all shapes and sizes. A great idea for impatient little ones like Isla. There is one in every room in our house, great for fiddly fingers or training our brains!
The Rubik’s Junior range
I love the fact that they now have a junior range for the little ones, Isla loves them. She plays with it all the time, it does feel quite therapeutic and a great sense of achievement when you complete it. It’s encourage her to use her brain, think logically and keep trying. There are a lot of characters to choose from; cat, bear, bunny or a traditional smaller cube.
The classic cube
Noah does like to try his cube, none of us are yet to complete it yet. We watch endless YouTube videos of people completing the cubes in seconds, it is crazy. It blows the children’s minds. If there is anything that will teach the children perseverance it’s a Rubik’s Cube. I do love the fact there are solution guides on the Rubik’s website. I will be giving that a read so I can resolve the puzzle – that will definitely blow the kiddies minds! The classic cube retails at £9.99.
Have you completed a Rubik’s cube puzzle before? If so, we would love to know your time in the comments below or better still see it online: @mummyconstant. You can buy Rubik’s cubes and the junior range online or in major supermarkets.