placed it on a sheet of paper and traced the border with marker.
Next, make measurements with a ruler to draw lines. In this case I drew 1 vertical line and 3 horizontal lines to make a puzzle with 8 pieces. Make a puzzle with more pieces if the student is able to perform a more complex task or less pieces if the student needs a less challenging task. Number the squares or rectangles on the grid.
Write numbers on back of the picture and cut on lines.
Students place matching shapes on grid and glue or tape in place.
- cutting on lines
- forming numbers
- matchiing numbers
- using ruler to make a straight line
- sequencing and organization
Don't forget to make lots of copies of the grid and photo before cutting up the first picture!