Bridges of the World | Picture Puzzles Printables | Fine Motor Skills Activity

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PreK - 1st
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  1. Educational Games are a great way to challenge your students’ cognition and entertain their curious minds. That’s why Pre-K Let’s Play loves to create fun puzzle activities. Here are some picture puzzles that would be ideal for teaching your classroom.All you have to do is watch as your little learn
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Looking for some fun educational games? You’ve come to the right place. Pre-K Let’s Play has created printable puzzle games that would be ideal for play based learning.

Watch as your students challenge their cognition and entertain their curious minds while they explore fun ways to assemble various animal puzzles piece by piece. These puzzle printable templates feature 20 realistic high-quality resolution images of bridges throughout the world. Each image is labeled and converted into 3 puzzle forms based on your student’s level of skill (beginner, intermediate, and advanced). Also included is a brief list of possible questions to ask your students during puzzle play.

This download includes pictures of these bridges:

  • Akashi kaikyo bridge   
  • Oakland bay bridge  
  • Forth bridge  
  • Alcantara bridge    
  • Brooklyn bridge
  • Capilano suspension bridge  
  • chapel bride
  • Charles Bridge
  • Chengyang bridge   
  • George Washington bridge
  • Golden gate bridge    
  • Bridge of Sighs
  • Millau Viaduct
  • Pont du Gard
  • Si-o-se Pol
  • Stari Most
  • Sydney Harbour Bridge
  • Tower bridge  
  • Rialto bridge
  • Ponte Vecchio

This creative puzzle theme is best used to help your students:

  • develop their confidence and self-esteem
  • experience a sense of achievement in completing a puzzle
  • develop fine motor skills
  • develop hand-eye coordination
  • develop cognitive abilities
  • practice problem-solving skills
  • learn and practice their social interaction skills
  • develop Spatial awareness
  • practice recognizing and understanding numbers
  • practice counting
  • Play and learn

This classroom activity is also perfect for:

  • Small group play
  • Individual play

This structured play resource was created primarily for Preschool, Pre-K, Kindergarten classrooms, and Homeschool. The pieces are light and easy for students to grasp, lift, fit, and connect into their correct positions. Just simply print, cut, and watch your students enjoy. (For more durability, feel free to print with thicker card stock paper or laminate.)

And the best part for your students is that..... it doesn't feel like learning!!!

Other puzzle activities for kids you may enjoy:

Transportation Puzzles

Weather Picture Puzzles

Color (Birds) Puzzles

Animal Number Puzzles

Pre-K Let’s Play has many more teaching resources like this and others to choose from. For future updates and more kids learning games like this, please click here to follow my store.

Your feedback is also very much appreciated. It always feels amazing to hear how you used these educational activities in your classroom. I would love to hear from you. Take care and leave a review. Enjoy!

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