There are a variety of ways to use these alphabet puzzles. Run off on white construction paper, laminate and trim. Keep each letter puzzle
in its own baggy. Students can put them together as an independent
center, or do as a whole group activity, passing out a different letter puzzle to each child.
included blank grids to help younger students. If you want a set in
color, have your students help you, by having each of them decorate a
letter then laminate and trim to use each year.
Another option is
to run off only the letters that begin with your students’s names. Pass
them out and have them color and decorate their puzzle with words and pictures that begin with that letter, then cut them into pieces.
They can use them as a personal puzzle, or have them glue the pieces to a sheet of construction paper, leaving a small space in between each piece for a cool mosaic affect. These make a nice bulletin board.
Click on the link to grab some puzzling fun today. Alphabet Number Puzzles
From Diane, over at TeachWithMe.com