'I painted the sky' - Whoa! Joe puzzle.

‘I painted the sky’ – Whoa! Joe puzzle.

Here’s a great article on the value of puzzles to early childhood development with suggestions on ways to use them in the classroom.

Nancy Maldonado article – Puzzles – Set the table for learning




Working with table puzzles helps young children develop many skills, such as observing, analyzing, sharing, and solving problems. Puzzles become a significant educational tool in the development of children’s thinking when teachers select puzzles appropriate to children’s developmental levels, establish meaningful routines, and encourage responsible actions through this activity. What better
way to set the table for learning?   Nancy Maldonado