Puzzle Pieces Bulletin Board Set: BUNDLE of 6 Puzzles:
This puzzle pieces bulletin board is perfect for any time of year, but is particularly timely for New Years, back-to-school, or an All About Me unit. It can be used for any grade level.
This file includes six different puzzles (4 pieces each). You will find 24 unique puzzle pieces.
There are several ways that you can use and display this bulletin board. Over the course of the school year, students can do all 24 pieces each or you can pick and choose which puzzles you’d like your students to complete.
Design the bulletin board with one puzzle per student, OR ask students to create their puzzle using their chosen pieces!
Some puzzles pieces have a small area for students to draw a picture if they’d like. Each puzzle piece is labeled and numbered for easy assembly.
The following six puzzles are included in the set:
- Puzzle #1: The Basics
- Puzzle #2: Plans
- Puzzle #3: All About Me
- Puzzle #4: In a Nutshell
- Puzzle #5: Goals
- Puzzle #6: My Mistakes
This file contains bulletin board letters that spell “PIECES OF US“:
- Use these posters on a bulletin board, classroom display, counseling office, or common area in your school.
Thank you for taking the time to check out this puzzle pieces bulletin board set. Please direct questions to me before purchasing this product.
This file contains 32 pages.
Zoe Baxley –
I’m really excited to use this as the first week of school activity. I love the concept of all the puzzles, but think my first graders will only really benefit from the first one.
Michelle Martin –
This was such a great activity! The kids enjoyed it and it was a fun thing to display on our bulletin board at the start of the year! Really emphasized the fact that we’re a classroom family.
Stickies and Sharpies –
Growth mindset has changed the atmosphere in my classroom! I am continually using these resources to teach the kids they can do anything they set their mind too! Such a great resource!
Michelle J –
Not sure I’ll use this. It has occurred to me that it would be better if the students’ puzzle pieces connected with each other.
PATRICIA V –
This is such a great resource to start the year off to get to know my students. Thanks!
Brittany Edwards –
so cute and engaging
Lisa B –
This is a great back to school activity to help students get to know a little about each other and to build community.
Michelle B –
My students loved this resource to get to know each other at the beginning of our school year. We completed them independently and then shared them with each other.
Marithza G –
I loved using this product! Has really helped me in my classroom!
Kati R –
Perfect first week of school activity!
Rebecca S –
A simple differentiated activity that promotes inclusion!!!
Carly S –
A great “getting to know you” activity for the beginning of the year. I am a speech teacher and planning to hang on the walls in the room. For students that need visuals and choices (e.g. favorites puzzle piece), I made some visuals to help them.
Ashley Sandberg –
This was great and set up for the activity well. Thank you!
Everardo N –
Jennifer W –
My students enjoyed creating their puzzle pieces. They make a colorful display.
Kari C –
This took way longer than I anticipated. I ended up just picking some of the puzzle pieces and putting them together but in general it was a fun first week of school project.
Azura L –
These are so cute! The students took their time and loved working on this. Once they were finished and put on the bulletin board, the other students loved reading about each other .
StephR R –
Ashley M –
This looked great as a door decoration
Nita M –
My students love making new puzzle pieces throughout the year to share info about themselves with peers in class and other classes. Everyone is able to participate!
Jodi M –
This helped our bulletin board display! It was perfect.
Meagan W –
Used this for a bulletin board for club members at my elementary school. They loved it!
Susan T –
This is an easy, fun go-to activity that aligns with our Health and Career curriculum.
Jessica Wenzel –
Amazing, thank you!
Kaitlin C –
This was such a fun way for students to introduce themselves to their classmates at the beginning of the year. It was engaging and easy to put together!
Claudia Madrigal –
Thanks for creating !
Jeff W –
Worked great to build community in my classroom. Kids had fun.
Sandra M –
Loved the idea of puzzle pieces. Students enjoyed having these displayed during Meet the Teacher. Thank you!