I never miss an opportunity to teach my children their names! Here I have combined a love of rainbow colors and a new twist to learning their names by making a super easy DIY puzzle!
Mixing it up to help learn names.
You will need:
- Print off the rainbow sheet (it is free to download) card stock is best to print this on.
- A black marker pen
The sheet has space for 2 names. Write the names with some space between the letters so you can make lines to cut on.
Cut on the puzzle lines to have the puzzle separated.
Shuffle them up real good and reassemble!
If you have more than one child mix the puzzle letters together and have them find their letters! If a single child you could even do your name and do the activity with them.
More Ideas for Learning with Puzzles!
Shape Matching Puzzle Cards from Life Over C’s
Stamping Shapes in Kinetic Sand from Still Playing School
Brain Games for Kids: The ‘Puzzle’ puzzle from Edventures with Kids
Hillarious Number Line Game (using foam number puzzles) from Teach Me Mommy
Missing Number Puzzle from Adventures of Adam
Simple Puzzle Sensory Bin from School Time Snippets
Letter Recognition Sensory Bin from This Outnumbered Mama
In-Hand Manipulation Letter Puzzle Activity from Sugar Aunts