Print, laminate and cut into strips. Keep each puzzle in their own Baggie. Use for centers, or a large group activity. You could also run off copies, so that each child has their own puzzle.Blank grids are included to help younger children or to make a puzzling flip book. (Choose 3 different puzzles; mix up the pieces and staple on the number grid in random fashion. Children flip the pages 'til they can see one of the puzzles.
For an interesting mosaic work of art, students can glue their pieces to a sheet of red, yellow or turquoise construction paper, leaving a small gap inbetween . Completed work makes a lovely bulletin board.