Each side of this beautifully photographed solid wood cube puzzle features a different picture of positive interactions between children and adults… so this is like getting 6 different puzzles for the price of one!
The Real Life Learning Positive Interactions Cube Puzzle includes 6 full-color fun facts cards. One side of each card provides a solution guide for the completed puzzle, and the other side lists fun and educational facts related to the picture. Working with the Positive Interactions Cube Puzzle and Fun Facts Cards is a great activity to build vocabulary and reinforce great social skills, and healthy family interactions, in a fun and engaging way!
The Positive Interactions Cube Puzzle is made from solid wood. Safety tested, lead-free paint (rather than stickers) is used to apply the pictures directly onto the cube… which means no peeling, and helps ensure durability for years of fun.
Each side of the puzzle features a slightly different pattern on the border, helping kids get the cubes all onto the correct side. And, every one of our cube puzzles within a category has a different colored border to make sure the cubes don’t get mixed up! For example, the positive interactions puzzle has a blue border, but the healthy habits puzzle has a purple border.
Putting together puzzles helps kids develop the ability to reason, deduce, analyze, and sequence, and directly effects logical thinking and problem solving skills. Physically, puzzles provide practice for hand-eye coordination and spatial awareness. In addition, the twelve 1 ½ inch wooden cubes in the puzzle are great for stacking, building and counting!
The Positive Interactions Cube Puzzle is 6 puzzles in one! The 6 puzzles, with matching fun fact cards, are: Building a Toy Boat, Planting a Tree Together, Sharing Tea, Reading a Book, Baking Together and Putting Together a Puzzle. What a great way to show images of positive healthy families!
The following are free resources for Activities, Lesson Plans, Record Keeping Aids and Articles related to the Positive Interactions Cube Puzzle:
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