Rubik’s Cube enables kids to engage in mind-challenging, brain development puzzle and be more productive. It was Erno Rubik from Hungary that invented the Magic Cube known as the Rubik cube in 1974. It took on the world after that and got a lot of attraction of puzzle game lovers the world over. It is the top selling puzzle in the world with over 350 million cubes sold as at January 2009.
A competition is organised annually by the World Cube Association. It gained popularity in 1981. It has been used to sharpen the body, mind, and the reflex. By solving the puzzle, the brain’s ability to think, concentrate, and analyse is enhanced.
The cube becomes scrambled from the movement of the corners and edges when rotated. It is also not very easy to solve and can take some time after much brain work. Erno Rubik created the cube to help students to improve engineering skills and detect 3-dimensional spatial relationships. The program benefits all age groups.
Benefits of the program:
- Increase in focus and concentration
- Increase in competency skills
- Increase in sharpness and capacity of your memory
- 3 dimensional Analysing Power
- Improves speed, brain, eye and hand coordination
- Increases alertness as a person’s speed develops
- Matching & Projection skills
- Great exercise for the brain
Key Benefits of solving Rubik’s Cube:
- Improves general concentration
- Increases speed of focused thoughts
- Improves eye-hand coordination
- Improves maintenance of short-term memory
- Increases problem-solving ability
- It demonstrates the need to practice
- Improves overall cognitive skills
- Improves spatial awareness
- Develops sharp mental reflexes
- Exposure to algorithms and the approach used in mental programming
- Develops determination, patience, and persistence