Based on the story “Lyrebird Park”, these printable puzzles sheets can be printed for free. The puzzles support and extend learning.
Free picture puzzles to print based on the story of Lyrebird Park.
Here’s a literacy activity based on the story “Lyrebird Park”. There are three scrambled sentence puzzles to print for free.
Puzzles are powerful! Yes, those little cardboard pieces, all mixed up in an enormous jumble on the table, have the potential to strengthen skills needed for reading.
How can puzzles help children with reading? We’re glad you asked! (Okay – you may not have asked, but admit it – you’re curious about how puzzles relate to reading, aren’t you?)
As we read, we rely heavily on patterns (e.g., letter formations, word formations, repetitions of phrases, spacing between letters and words, shapes of words, etc). Without patterns, it would be extremely difficult to read.
Have you ever wondered if or why puzzles are good for children? Here are some points to consider along with some helpful hints to help make your next puzzle session a rewarding experience. In fact, puzzles can be used to create some wonderful childhood memories due to positive social interactions.
Here’s a literacy activity based on the story, “Hog and Frog”. There are three scrambled sentence puzzles.
Here’s a literacy activity based on the story, “Hog and Frog”. There are three hidden word puzzles.
These picture puzzles are based on the story, “Hog and Frog”. There are three puzzles of varying difficulty.