The Activity Mom
Sharing Activities and Ideas that Make Learning Fun
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Great idea for making puzzles a bit more interesting and fun!
what a great idea! I agree they do get bored of the puzzles – this would definitely spice it up! Thank you for sharing!
That is such a great idea!
What a great idea! I also started making puzzles out of cereal and cracker boxes. My girls have a new found love of them.http://www.teachingtwo.com/2009/08/31/recycled-cereal-box-puzzles/
Love this idea!
This is a great idea for those puzzles!
It reminds me of a really good post I read on The Moveable Alphabet about Fetching and Pairing: http://themoveablealphabet.blogspot.com/2010/01/fetching-and-pairing-in-primary.html
Great idea! One that is so good, you smack your forehead and wonder why you didn’t think of it!
hey! sounds like we’re all hiding things this week :*)
Fun- my little guy will love this!
I love it! You have such good ideas. Also, thanks for the info. on the moveable alphabet!! I found the boxes at the Dollar Tree and wanted to make sure I gave her credit!
What a great idea! As a mommy of a puzzle-loving-boy, adding this fun element will just make his dreams come true! Linda
Such a great idea!
That’s fun idea. Another one I’ve heard of is to put 2 or 3 puzzles side by side and then mix all the pieces together to make it more difficult.
Ooh, a puzzle piece scavenger hunt would definitely add a new dimension to this activity! Thanks!
I like this idea! I’m always trying to find ways to extend the life of our puzzles. Another something I’ve done is to fill a baking dish with dried beans and have them go fishing for the pieces. Also, I had my 4 year old set a puzzle once using a small suction cup to pick up the pieces (we have a zillion laying around from dart guns). Thank you!
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