Puzzles your gifted students
will love to solve. Then challenge them to create their own puzzles to share with classmates. Check out www.simplyscience.com/idioms
for idioms students might use for their puzzles.
Check out the preview to see these fun puzzles that can also help your students who are learning English
because many of the puzzles are idioms.
My students really enjoyed solving these puzzles. Kids who found them easy were able to share their strategies with kids who found the activity a challenge.
Consider posting a puzzle in your room to start the day or as a challenge to be "revealed" after a short class discussion.
I included seven kinds of puzzles* with three examples of each kind. My other products have the same kinds of puzzles so you can post more of these great puzzles in your classroom!
In addition to this product, check out the other Position Puzzles products in my store, including: #2
, a BUNDLE
of all 6. There's even a free sampler
that lets you check out the puzzles!
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