A Boy and His Dog Puzzle

A Boy and His Dog Puzzle

How to teach Puzzles

Using A Boy and His Dog Puzzle, students practice problem solving and logic skills to put together this fifteen piece puzzle.

Knowing how to put together a puzzle is an important skill for students to learn. This fifteen piece puzzle is a good introduction to puzzle building for young students.

First, flip the puzzle pieces over so that you see the picture sides. Next, start matching pieces of the puzzle together that make sense.  Once you have put the puzzle together, think about strategies you could use next time to put this puzzle together faster!

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You could use this puzzle as an indoor recess activity, morning work, or early finisher activity. You could also use this puzzle to  build academic skills. Write equations or definitions on one puzzle piece and then answer on a touching puzzle piece. Students have to match questions to answers. The completed picture is a quick self-check strategy! Laminate for extended use.

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