Here’s an awesome free resource on TPT: a puzzle piece template for a two- and a four-part puzzle. This resource is perfect for matching activities. Some topics students could practice:
Alternatively, you could give students blank puzzle pieces and havethemcome up with the puzzles. They could trade with a partner, complete the puzzle, and give each other feedback - talk about student centered! This is how I plan to use this resource with my students.
For instance, next week we have a test on Newton’s Laws. I’m going to have students pick one of Newton’s laws. On one piece they’ll draw or write a real life application of it, and on the other they will write the name of the law. Then, they’ll give the pieces to their partner to review for the test.
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