Learning Resources Sequencing Puzzle Cards
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- Three-piece puzzles featuring real-life photography of everyday activities in sequence order
- Combine hands-on play and learning with puzzles
- Helps young children understand cause and effect
- Set of 10 self-checking, double-sided puzzles
- Suitable for children aged three and over
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Photos of everyday objects depict 20 different 3-step processes on 10 double-sided puzzles. Each 3-piece puzzle features a colored border for self-checking. Durable puzzles wipe clean. Each set includes Activity Guide and storage box with lid. Puzzles measure 6 L x 4 H each. Grades PreK+. Set of 10
Combine hands-on play and learning with puzzles. Three-piece puzzles featuring real-life photography of everyday activities in sequence order add hands-on play to the reinforcement of oral language related to essential life skills. Tactile exploration of everyday activities is broken down into three simple steps helping young children understand cause and effect, and builds confidence in their ability to perform everyday tasks. Set of 10 self-checking, double-sided puzzles (20 activity sequences total) are made of durable, UV coated cardboard. Puzzles measure 4" x 6". Suitable for children aged three and over. Learning Resources is a leading manufacturer of innovative, hands-on educational materials for classrooms and homes world-wide and as learning toys. For more than 20 years, Learning Resources has been a trusted source for teachers and parents for quality, award-winning educational products.
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This set comes in it's own very strong gloss finished, lidded card box. Each puzzle shows three stages of a task; before, during and completion. The tasks are as follows with each pair girl/boy.
Brushing hair ~ Pouring cereal.
Making lemonade ~ Brushing teeth.
Growing a plant ~ Spilling milk.
Writing a letter ~ Building a toy car.
Rain clothes on. ~ Hitting a base ball.
Reading a book. ~ Making a sandwich.
Playing basket ball. ~ Tidying toys.
Completing a jigsaw puzzle. ~ Riding a bicycle.
Wrapping a present. ~ Painting a picture.
Putting trainers on. ~ Peeling an orange.
Photo pictures are instantly appealing to children. These clearly show what is happening, apart from the baseball bat after striking the ball. The bat is shown end on, so it looks as though it has vanished. I had to explain this to my little one who instantly wanted to sort these puzzle pieces out, really enjoying looking at the picture photos of children. This prompted lovely discussions about what they were doing, thinking of the process, what was happening and the end result. Sequencing is easily taken for granted; these puzzles made me think more about the order of things while doing tasks together.
We have copied some of these sequences and made our own up. While doing this we predicted and discussed what the outcome would be should a stage be missed, or a task attempted in the wrong order. When trying for ourselves lots of silly things happened, resulting in uncontrollable giggles! These puzzles also make a super memory game; selecting two or three sets, we muddled them and hid each separate section under pieces of card. We took it in turns to lift two cards eventually finding a full set. Story telling each set helps descriptive language and understanding. Imagination is fuelled when incorporating a puzzle set into a made up story, or including two or three sets to create a longer story. Definitely a super purchase, offering many possibilities.
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