Cube Box Academy

Cube puzzles are open-ended puzzles that does not require your child to refer to an instruction manual. There are no hard and fast rules to arrive at a solution. You simply put the cube in the hands of your child and you can see his/her eyes gleam with happiness and excitement with small victories. No rule book or cheat codes are needed to understand the intent of the designer. It is a simple, but not-so-easy puzzle to solve. However, your child who will get to understand the aim of the puzzle will try different moves and combinations to solve it in multiple ways.

Benefits

IT HELPS WITH IMPROVING MEMORY

It depends if you are solving the cube with or without algorithms, it helps improving your memory. Especially muscle memory (Its an ability to make movement without conscious thoughts like playing Piano).

IT helps improves patience

Once you take the scrambled cube for the first time in your hands it will test your perseverance.Even the beginner method is not that simple for many people but those who are persistent and patient will manage to learn it eventually.

It helps become a problem solver

If you learn to solve many cubes you tend to start figuring out your own ways of solving the cube it will help you become more creative with doing things. You can observe every time gleam in eyes along with happiness & excitement upon small victories

It keeps the mind active

Cube puzzles keeps brain cells active and it doesn’t matter if you are a speed solver or just a puzzle lover. When cubing, your brain will be active which will keep its intellectual part of brain in shape.

CUBING MAKES YOUR REFLEXES FASTER

If you learn solving cube and at one point start trying to solve the cube as fast as possible which will sharpen your reflexes. This is very useful in life and sometimes it can literally be a lifesaver. Cube solving requires to see colors moving very fast and to perform the next move based on the colors moved before that is why It also helps improvement in reading and speed noticing the things visually.

Solving a cube can help break mild addictions

Solving a cube is one of the best things you can do to break any mild addiction like nail biting for an example. Now a days everyone is facing a typical problem of screen addiction. This really helps break away from such mild addictions. Specialist should be asked for medical conditions.

Eye Hand coordination

With the Rubik’s cube in hand, your child will enjoy the benefits of a sharper brain that stems from a solid eye-hand coordination. While the mind is racing through a number of alternative moves, the eyes and hands of your child will be put to their optimum use; in perfect unison.

Cube Puzzles Keeps Boredom at Bay

Dealing with a hyperactive kid or a child who gets bored very easily? You have a perfect solution to all such woes. Simply place a cube in his/her hand and you will be helping them to feed the right things into their brain. Not allowing their mind to wander, the puzzle will help him break a particular task into simple and multiple steps.

It helps with mapping of the things

Learning the algorithms means memorizing step by step moves and in a particular order. There is usually no mistake allowed with algorithms. This will train your brain to memorize and map things in their order. Toggling with the puzzle builds the confidence levels of your child with every small victory. He/she will begin to enjoy a sense of accomplishment of a job done well with a strong belief that they can solve any puzzle. Believing in the concept that nothing is impossible, they will try their level best. Here, luck does not have any role to play. Success is guaranteed for children who put their innate and acquired skills to test.

Cubes


2X2 Cube

Having 6 Faces and each face is having 4 pieces. Each of the six faces are of one of six solid colours: white, red, blue, orange, green, and yellow. White is opposite yellow, blue is opposite green, and orange is opposite red,... and the red, white and blue are arranged in a clockwise arrangement. An internal pivot mechanism enables each face to turn independently, thus mixing up the colors.Read more


3X3 Cube

Having 6 Faces and each face is having 9 pieces. Each of the six faces are of one of six solid colours: white, red, blue, orange, green, and yellow. White is opposite yellow, blue is opposite green, and orange is opposite red,... and the red, white and blue are arranged in a clockwise arrangement. An internal pivot mechanism enables each face to turn independently, thus mixing up the colors. Center pieces are fixed in this cube.Read more


4X4 Cube

Having 6 Faces and each face is having 16 pieces. Each of the six faces are of one of six solid colours: white, red, blue, orange, green, and yellow. White is opposite yellow, blue is opposite green, and orange is opposite red,... and the red, white and blue are arranged in a clockwise arrangement. An internal pivot mechanism enables each face to turn independently, thus mixing up the colors. Center pieces also jumbles in this cube.Read more


5X5 Cube

Having 6 Faces and each face is having 25 pieces. Each of the six faces are of one of six solid colours: white, red, blue, orange, green, and yellow. White is opposite yellow, blue is opposite green, and orange is opposite red,... and the red, white and blue are arranged in a clockwise arrangement. An internal pivot mechanism enables each face to turn independently, thus mixing up the colors. Center pieces also jumbles in this cube. This cube develops focus as one need full care till the end of the solution of the puzzle.Read more




Gear Cube

This Cube is having all the pieces geared to each other and movement of one piece changes orientation of pieces also. Looks complicated but a fun to solve and show off our cube solving ability.


Megamix Cube

Having 12 Faces with each face is having 9 pieces totaling to 50 movable pieces and shaped as a dodecahedron. 12 faces are of twelve solid colors. An internal pivot mechanism enables... each face to turn independently, thus mixing up the colors. Center pieces do not jumble in this cube. Solving this cube increases concentration as it needs very high concentration.Read more


Mirror Cube

This cube have formation similar to a 3X3 cube only difference is that full cube is of single color normally Silver or Golden color and pieces are identified by sizes. Solving this cube develops a size recognition ability.


Pyraminx Cube

The Pyraminx, also known as the triangle Cube. It is a tetrahedron-shaped 3-layered twisty puzzle, having four triangular faces which are all divided into nine identical smaller triangles.




Skewb Cube

This Cube is one more fun to solve cube with ... different size pieces and 6 standard colors. Read more


Square Cube

This Cube is totally different cube having 6 colors... and different shape of pieces & one needs good skills to solve. Very highly focused approach applied and recaching to the end on one time is like winning a gold medal.Read more


Windmill Cube

This Cube is mix of .different Size pieces & 6 colors.

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Purva Mittal

Purva Mittal is a brilliant and dynamic lady with Masters in Arts as well as Post Graduate Diploma holder in Computer Applications.

She is having strong 5 years experience of teaching Computer Languages like C, C++ ranging from kids to engineering students.

Using her programming and logic development skills she mastered her lovely hobby of Cube puzzle solving.

When she looked around, she found a kind of fear among kids for solving the Cube puzzle. She thought of developing a way out to make it easier for kids to solve.

She is looking forward to help more n more kids to solve about 20 types of cube puzzles. And list is ever increasing.

According to Purva, kids get really engrossed and it helps Parents for getting their kids diverted from the screen addiction is one of her major achievement.


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