This penguin themed activity is a great way for your students to work on their math, number, counting, fine motor and problem solving skills. As well as all these skills, this activity will provide your students with the opportunity to look at images of different types of penguins.
The puzzles come in 8 different difficulty levels;
• Level 1 - 0-3
• Level 2 - 0-4
• Level 3 - 0-5
• Level 4 - 0-6
• Level 5 - 0-7
• Level 6 - 0-8
• Level 7 - 0-9
• Level 8 - 0-10
There are a range of ways that these can be used in your classroom such as;
• Print out the b/w puzzles, cut them up and hand them out to your students. Have your students put the puzzles together, sticking them onto a piece of paper/into their work book, then colour them in.
• Print out the puzzles, cut them up and laminate them. Use them as a center activity where your students have to look at the numbers on the bottom of each puzzle piece, put them into numerical order to make the puzzle.
• Print out two copies of each puzzle (one copy can be b/w), laminate one as a full puzzle (i recommend the b/w one) and then cut out the puzzle pieces on the other puzzle. Laminate the puzzle pieces. Have your students match the individual pieces onto the completed puzzle. This provides a lower ability option for students struggling.
Instructions are also included on first pages of each PDF document. I would highly recommend laminating each of the individual task cards so that they will be stronger, therefore longer lasting.
The penguin types included are;
• Erect crested
• Little blue
• Southern rockhopper
• Snares crested
• Yellow eyed
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