Famous Landmarks & Wonders of the World - Active Practice -Square Jigsaw Puzzles

Famous Landmarks & Wonders of the World - Active Practice -Square Jigsaw Puzzles
Famous Landmarks & Wonders of the World - Active Practice -Square Jigsaw Puzzles
Famous Landmarks & Wonders of the World - Active Practice -Square Jigsaw Puzzles
Famous Landmarks & Wonders of the World - Active Practice -Square Jigsaw Puzzles
Famous Landmarks & Wonders of the World - Active Practice -Square Jigsaw Puzzles
Famous Landmarks & Wonders of the World - Active Practice -Square Jigsaw Puzzles
Famous Landmarks & Wonders of the World - Active Practice -Square Jigsaw Puzzles
Famous Landmarks & Wonders of the World - Active Practice -Square Jigsaw Puzzles
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With these printable square jigsaw puzzles, kids have fun while they practice matching Famous Places with their locations in the world! Includes buildings, archeological sites, statues, monuments, national parks, waterfalls, and more.

These puzzles can be used as a supplement to Famous Places and Wonders of the World, Volumes 1, 2, and 3, and include the landmarks highlighted in those unit studies.

The puzzles are also great as an activity for practicing computer research skills as kids figure out how to match the Famous Places with their locations.

This set of 6 black and white puzzles includes 3 different puzzles, each with 2 versions - one with watermark images in the background to make solving the puzzle a little easier, and the other with no watermark image, which makes the puzzle a little more challenging. All pieces are square, with the Famous Place on one piece and the location on another - put them together to solve the puzzle!

Students can easily cut along the lines and start solving immediately, or the puzzles can be used as a take-home practice activity.

Two of the puzzles are a 4 x 4 grid, with 16 squares each, and the third is a 5 x 5 grid, with 25 pieces. There is a border around the edge. Blank grids are included, to use in arranging the pieces.

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