Recently I had a chance to watch my grandchildren (ages 3 – 10) as they tried to find solutions in Bumfoozle. I was surprised that even the 3 year old was able to do it. He was able to see a space then see the piece in a different orientation that would fit. It confirmed to me that this was more than just a way to occupy their time, it was a way to exercise their young brains as they learned problem solving, spatial relationships, eye-hand coordination and many other skills. I asked my six year old grandson why he liked Bumfoozle and he said that it was because it made him think. Kids love to learn and Bumfoozle is a great tool to help them develop their thinking skills.