This is to help students put numbers in order from 11-20. I would draw the straight lines up the back so when you cut it you can be as straight as possible. I prefer the wood option below, but can be done with just cardstock.
You can print these on cardstock and laminate. Then cut straight up from each box around the numbers. Then the students put the numbers in order and form a picture of an animal.
More work, but really neat:
Print on the whole paper that is a sticker (like a label 8 1/2" x 11" (found at Office Max/Debot or WalMart). Transfer that sticker to a piece of FLAT wood about 1/2 inch thick. Then cut with a wood tool up each box of the letter. Now you have a number puzzle. (Home Depot might cut your wood for free using the machine they use to cut into smaller pieces.)