10 slides designed with simple two-piece puzzles.
There are bug/insect-themed objects on one piece of the puzzle, and the number of objects both written and spelled on the other half of the puzzle.
The slides (each puzzle) is its own separate image, so they don't all come on one printed sheet as in the preview. I just made them smaller to fit on one page. There are defined borders on the actual slides (as in the photos of individual slides), but the outside borders don't show up in the preview or the main photo when they're posted on the same sheet.
To Play: Cut out puzzles and cut the two puzzle pieces apart. Laminate if you desire. Children have to match the number of objects to its partnering number.
These can be printed any number of sizes. I urge you to go into your printing settings and play around with the different options and look closely at the preview screen so you print exactly what you want.
*This makes a great activity when you need a quiet activity after some children have finished work
*As a math/puzzle/quiet center
*Attach a small piece of felt on the backs of the puzzle pieces and either attach felt to a small piece of cardboard and use for a felt board or place felt in the bottom of a plastic container and they can use it as their felt board if you're traveling.
Benefits of working puzzles:
*uses hand-eye coordination
*helps develop problem solving skills
*helps with learning numbers 1 - 10 by sight and counting objects
*helps develop fine motor skills
*teaches social skills when playing with others
If you have a question, please contact me -- I'm happy to answer any questions or clarify something.
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