My kids think school is boring. Not always and not every lesson but overall, they’ve come to think of school as boring. I hate that! Learning shouldn’t be boring! I’m not sure exactly where we are going wrong but I know that introducing more fun activities is going to be a key. After all, I think letting them lead their education is important, but learning to read is important as well. So for Logi-Bear, I am making activities like the Snowflake Beginning Sounds Puzzles.
This is it! The last day of the 31 Days of Printables! I won’t sugar coat it – I’m exhausted. But challenges like this are always fun. I hope you enjoyed the slew of printabes and make sure to come back…there are more coming!
How to Set Up the Snowflake Beginning Sounds Puzzles
I’d definitely recommend laminating these unless you’re planning to use them once and glue them down (also a good option). I doubt we will use these often but I went ahead and laminated them anyway. Logi-Bear is just about past this stage but could still use some review. We actually need to start working on the ending sounds more!
How to Use the Snowflake Beginning Sounds Puzzles
I plan to use these in a very laid back manner – I’ll just leave them out. L0gi-Bear often completes puzzles he stumbles upon so I might just let him work this one out himself!
There are 5 different snowflake patterns with 2 of each pattern. And there are 10 letters with matching picture. I chose all winter-y words to match the season!
Aren’t these cute? There are boots, a coat, a fireplace, a glove, hockey, ice cubes, pinecones, a quilt, a snowflake, and a reindeer.
Then you match them together! If the snowflake sides match – it’s probably right!
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