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I have an observation of a child who completed a 35 piece puzzle but who actually understood the difference between the outside pieces and the inside pieces. Would this come under shape, space and measure? Don't find it particularly clear where puzzles are covered now.

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I have an observation of a child who completed a 35 piece puzzle but who actually understood the difference between the outside pieces and the inside pieces. Would this come under shape, space and measure? Don't find it particularly clear where puzzles are covered now.

That's where we put it.

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I think it probably has too, the child was thinking critically to have made those choices, and if they could also explain their knowledge, they could go into C&L also, etc.

 

Ours love jigsaws, personally, I am useless at them!! not my thing at all, but I help with them with words and show them how jigsaws work etc., I think they love it that I struggle sometimes and staff come and rescue me! ::1a ::1a ::1a

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