Dadu's puzzles are open-ended, developmental toys that can be used in a wide variety of ways. The most obvious use is for children to rearrange the mixed-up elements to recreate the picture, which helps develop their shape and color recognition, fine motor skills, concentration, hand-eye coordination, and spatial awareness. However, this only keeps them engaged as long as it presents a challenge, and that's not what makes these puzzles open-ended. These puzzles offer many more possibilities.
Children use their own imagination and creativity to use the puzzle pieces for various other purposes. They create unique characters, beautiful flowers, funny vehicles, castles, landscapes, cook with them, use them for role-playing. Through play, they enhance their fine motor skills, spatial awareness, and get familiar with colors. Older kids can find a challenge in seeking balance while creating exciting and unusual structures.