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.
I've included a blank grid 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.
Pass them out to your students and set a timer. See who can complete their puzzle the fastest.
When they are done with one, they may exchange theirs with another student who has a different one.
I purposely put both upper & lowercase letters together, as I think it's important for students continually to see the "matches" even early on. Eventually, just by being immersed, the light bulbs go on.
You can use these each year, or skip the lamination and give each child a puzzle for whatever letter you happen to be working on.
They color and decorate the letter, cut their own strips, mess them up and put them together. Use during school, send home for homework, tuck in a sub folder, or have available for early finishers.
Another option, that makes a sweet bulletin board, is to give each child a puzzle that is the initial for their name.
For a cool mosaic effect, they color, cut, & glue to a sheet of construction paper, leaving a little gap in-between the pieces.
I'm Diane from Teach With Me hoping your kiddos enjoy practicing upper & lowercase letters with a number puzzle. Wishing you a wonderful year.
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