This set contains FOUR animal puzzles - bear, zebra, lion, and shark. Each puzzle has the same trivia questions. Trivia questions involve numbers. Sample questions are listed below. This would make a great first day of school activity for students to work on in pairs or small groups. It could also just be a fun "filler" or sub activity. No pre-instruction needed. Instant class decorations! Each group will work on the same problems but create different animals when the pieces are put together.
Note that some of the questions involve U.S. trivia so this would be best suited for students living in the U.S.
Sample Trivia Questions:
keys on a piano = 88
cards in a deck = 52
degrees in a right triangle = 90
months in a year = 12
wonders of the world = 7
original US colonies = 13
positions on a basketball team = 5
ounces in a pound = 16
days in November = 30
sum of the angles of a triangle = 180
quarts in a gallon = 4
This same activity is available with fall-themed puzzles.
Click here to see the number trivia fall puzzles.
If you are looking for a faster/simpler number trivia activity (that's just as cute!), see below.
Click here to see the number trivia apple wreath.
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