Early Learning Animal Puzzles! Learning Number Games

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PreK - K, Homeschool
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Early Learning Animal Puzzles! is a non-competitive game that can be completed individually or with a partner; differentiated activity; covers very basic skills and looks like a “big kid” game – great for special education or intervention!! These puzzles help to develop dexterity, speech and communication development, hand-eye coordination and visual discrimination.

Print out the puzzles and laminate them. Slice vertically so each piece has part of the photo and a number on it. Students put the numbers in order to reveal an animal when finished.

Use this game for math intervention for students in Preschool and Kindergarten and/or Special Education to help them learn numbers from 1-3.

Students engage with the photographs and are motivated to play the game because it does not “look” like a low-level activity. Students absolutely love this game and often play over and over again. It also can start some great conversations about the animals in the photographs, too!

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