At the most recent AEE conference someone asked if I've ever created a Word Circle Puzzle set using only pictures. I had to say no, but acepted the challenge! (I can't remember who asked the quesiton, but I do want to say THANK YOU for the idea).
So, here it is friends. As far as I know, this (PDF Print-N-Play below) is the first Picture Word Circle Puzzle Set. Now, you will notice some pictures are pretty straight forward (like the ones in the header picture above), others will lend themselves to more subjectivitiy. I'm assuming the picture versions of WC Puzzles will have a bit more challenge to them. With this in mind you will find eight Help Cards included with the set your group can use for assistance if needed.
Full disclosure. I have yet to try out the set with a group (I intended to the other day but my group wasn't ready for the challenge). Let's test them out together.
If you have no idea what I'm talking about (new to Wird Circle Puzzels?) you'll need to do a little homework. Here are two blog posts - one HERE and another HERE - that should give you the idea. The puzzles in these posts are traditionally made up of words that connect together to form a circle.
Here it is. The first Picture Word Circle Puzzle Set:
Let us know how it goes. Leave a comment below.
Have FUN out there!
Chris Cavert, Ed. D.
Dr. Chris Cavert is an internationally known author, speaker, and trainer in the area of adventure-based activity programming and its relation to community and pro-social behavior development.
This blog is a space for hands-on programable fun - energetic activities and ideas that can be used as a means to bring people together; activities and ideas we as educators can add to our social development curriculums.