Use puzzles to determine that there are many parts that make up a whole 0007.1.1
Links verified 12/30/2015
- Make a Monster - this Sesame Street game lets you make any kind of monster you like
- Ready, Set, Let's Dough! It's a Matter of System - To allow students to discover that everyday substances are composed of parts that make a unique whole. ( from Science NetLinks)
- Alien Assembly - What do aliens look like? You decide. Use the parts to build your very own alien.
- Build a Dinosaur - [reading skills required] interactive game from Scholastic.com using parts of several dinosaurs - students can click and put the parts together to create a dinosaur that really existed, or create an imaginary dinosaur of their own
- Build Your Own Caterpillar - [reading skills required] Build a caterpillar with the tools for surviving in its environment. Look at the environment and then choose the parts that will help your caterpillar have the best chance for survival.
- Exploring Parts and Wholes - To explore how parts of something are related to the whole thing. (from Science NetLinks)
- Find My Legs - Help the spider find its legs by clicking on the right set of legs. After finishing the spider you will have another animal to help. [this expired game is from the Internet Archive known as the Wayback Machine]
- Jigsaw Puzzle - drag each piece to its spot and place it there - Printable version of a puzzle - students draw a picture on a puzzle template
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