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!


First Grade Funtastic said...

These are great!!! Thanks so much for sharing!

Cheryl E. said...

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

Amanda said...

Such a cute idea!!

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Danielle Westvang said...

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

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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!