Color Sight Word Puzzle

Here is a fun game to play with your students. This game is a great way to practice color recognition, reading, and more! Putting a puzzle together can be challenging for those without much experience. However, it will flexing your students brain muscles, and improve fine motor skills. Puzzles are a great option for your early finishers, morning work, or even intervention groups. Puzzles work well as individual work, partner work, and small group work. Students with special needs also do well with these, once they understand the concept. Just print and cut on the lines and you have instant engaging activity. I recommend printing them on cardstock and laminating them. You can put them into plastic baggies. There are 6 puzzle sets, 8 pieces to each puzzle. You can make your sets color coded by printing the cards on the white side of the scrapbook paper. In case you do not have scrapbook paper, I added a different zig-zag background paper for each puzzle set.
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