These Spring shapes matching puzzles are perfect for working on shape identification. They are colorful as well as hands-on and you can even add a bit of fine motor if you allow your child to cut the puzzles as well.
I had originally created these shape identification puzzles for Caleb but Jael saw them and could not resist. Naturally, this meant that both my kids worked on them as neither wanted to be left out. If you are interested in grabbing these puzzles simply continue reading to see how to use them and what is needed.
What You Need for the Spring Shapes Matching Puzzles
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SPRING SHAPES MATCHING PUZZLES USAGE AND STORAGE
Using these Spring shapes matching puzzles is extremely easy!
- Simply print on cardstock for durability and then
- Cut along the line in the middle. If you are using these in the classroom, you may want to print them in black and white to save on ink and even let your students color in the image in the center.
- Allow your preschooler to simply put the pieces together by either looking for the other half of the image or looking for the matching case.
I am storing ours in a simple Ziplock bag for safe keeping and so that he can take them out and use them whenever he feels like from his alphabet basket.