In this Zoo themed self-correcting puzzles activity you get 20 puzzle pairs, each of a different type of images that represent zoo animals: hippo, giraffes, ostriches, flamingos, gazelles, bears, rhinos, kangaroo, alligators, gorillas, camels, elephants, bison, zebras, lions, turtles, toucans, koalas, puffins, and snakes.
Each paired puzzle has a unique cut (that are easy for you to cut) to help in self-correcting for independent completion.
How you can use this resource:
- Stock them in your science or math centers for independent use
- Use them in large group time by giving each student one puzzle piece and instruct them to find a friend that has the matching piece
- Tip: Don’t cut the middle section of each set until AFTER laminating. It is harder for students to put the pieces together if the middle section has a laminated margin
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Skills developed in this resource:
I designed this game to align to the Preschool Foundational and Kindergarten Readiness Standards used in my state, which are:
Counting and Cardinality(CC)
1. Begin to count to 20 by ones.
2. In the sequence of 1-10 understand that numbers come “before” or “after” one another.
3. Count a number of objects 0-10 and associate with a written number
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