All about me Puzzle piece - ELSA Support for emotional literacy

All about me Puzzle piece

There are other puzzle pieces on the website but I thought it would be nice to have one that the children can decorate themselves in anyway that they choose. This puzzle piece is blank but has prompts for the children to think about. They can choose as many or as little of the prompts that they like. You must emphasise careful cutting out afterwards though if you want to make a display of these. They will fit together providing they are cut out properly.

If you do decide to do this and you make a display please do send in a photo so I can display it in this post. Be great to see these finished.

All about me puzzle piece


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  • Sue Matthews says:

    Hi my son has been given this by his new teacher ready for September, what a fantastic idea, I just wonder how much or little we fill in ? I don’t want to go running to the teacher so soon

    • Just give it to your son to do. You can read the prompts to him if he needs help. They are just prompts so use them or he can think of anything else about him that he wants to share. Enjoy

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