Doing a puzzle

We take puzzles for granted. We teach our children how to do them starting from the earliest possible age. We don’t even think anything of it. Many of us got wooden puzzles as shower gifts for our unborn babies to enjoy when they were old enough. This little boy is actually around ten years old and he sat for a very very long time and couldn’t do a simple puzzle that my four year old could do. I was surprised that as many times as I showed him, he still couldn’t do it or even sort of do it. It would be an interesting sociological study. Why couldn’t he do it? Culture? Hmm.

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