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Monday, 14 October 2013

Flip Flap Fall


I wanted to share a few photos with you to show you how my new 'flip flap puzzle pastes' work! 

They work like my previous Puzzle Paste resources - students cut out the squares and match each piece to its correct position on the puzzle. To find the correct position, students may have to recognise or trace  a variety of learning content areas - letters, numbers, rhyming words etc.

IN the following example, students each receive a worksheet..

trace the numbers (1-9)....


cut the puzzle pieces...


and match each dot pattern to a number (subitizing).

However, to create the 'flip-flap' glue is applied to the shaded area only.


The piece is placed down, and students can then create a crease, by folding the tab up to the line. 


When all the tabs are in position, a picture is created..


Students can view the content on and under each tab... 


AND colour their picture in to finish off!


If you would like to try this activity - download the free sample below from Google Drive, by clicking on the image. 




Thanks so much for stopping by!

6 comments:

First Grade Funtastic said...

These are great!!! Thanks so much for sharing!
Sara
www.firstgradefuntastic.blogspot.com

Cheryl E. said...

That is adorable! I love it!
Thank you so much!

Amanda said...

Such a cute idea!!

Amanda
First Grade Garden

Danielle Westvang said...

This is so clever, Mel! I love it. :)


Danielle
Crayonbox Learning

Raevers said...

This looks SO amazing! I am anxious to try! THANK YOU. I'll be testing it out and looking in your store for more ! :)

Vanessa Bridgewater said...

This is such an amazing idea and so helpful! Thank you so much for sharing; I cannot wait to try it out!