DIY Gigantic Bulletin Board Puzzle
I bought these to use to make memories for my daughters birthday and they'll be perfect.
August 9, 2011
Great Activity classroom for the price!
I use this as an End-of-Year activity to show that after spending the academic year together we are all part of each others' lives and connected like the pieces of the puzzle we are going to create. Their instructed to create a piece with their name & pictures/symbols that would represent them as unique individuals that make up our life's puzzle. The kids enjoy decorating their piece & then adding it to the puzzle.
June 25, 2011
.NICE SIZE, GREAT VALUE
NICE SIZE FOR SMALLER CHILDREN, WISH THEY WERE A LITTLE STURDIER, THEY ARE MORE POSTER BOARD CONSISTENCY VERSUS CARDBOARD.
OVERALL, A GREAT VALUE FOR THIS PRODUCT!
September 2, 2014
lots of potential for ideas
used for confirmation class....how each piece (child) was interlocked with each other. Could have been a little heavier stock.
May 19, 2014
Terrible - thin, flimsy, does not work as a puzzle
Not at all what was advertised. The "puzzle pieces" are as thin as a regular sheet of paper. I could have spent 2 minutes with a stack of paper and pair of scissors and created my own instead of paying way too much plus shipping for something that I would be embarrassed to gift to the kid's Nana.
December 15, 2013
These are flimsy, and way over priced. Not worth the money at all!
September 3, 2012
I bought this as a beginning of school community building activity for my 3rd grade class as I have several times before. The last design your own "puzzle" that I purchased was somewhat smaller but was made with a much thicker (almost cardboard) quality paper than the one I just purchased. The paper was a bit flimsy but the kids loved it and it looks good together. I am afraid that it may be easily torn in the hallway when younger kids walk by and look with their hands and not with their eyes. Would love to see the heavy paper quality back again!
August 27, 2011
bought these to start out the school year; I think they will work well.
August 13, 2011
The children in my class loved decorating their piece and seeing how the puzzle looked with everyone's individual creations! We then auctioned off the individual puzzle pieces to the parents at our anual art show!!
April 25, 2011
My school district just had a major shift of all personel, so I gave a puzzle piece to each teacher (including custodians, cafeteria & aides) to decorate about themselves and then I put them together on the main bulletin board in the school with the title "We Go Together". It was great to be able to see everyone's interests and learn about each other...the teachers and staff were very creative.
September 17, 2010