I like to help people understand some of the basic physics and logic of the Rubik's Cube in order to set up some of the first steps on the cube, then for the remaining steps I demonstrate how to perform some algorithms on the cube that will eventually lead you to a solved cube. I'd highly recommend starting on the standard 3x3x3 cube before attempting to solve a 4x4x4 cube or higher.
I taught myself how to solve a regular 3x3x3 Rubik's Cube on the internet back in middle school and it has remained muscle memory for me ever since. I have taught several friends how to solve one in the past, and have teaching experience in various subjects. I currently own cubes from the 2x2x2 size all the way to 5x5x5, but can theoretically teach any sized cube-- they all use essentially the same logic.
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