A puzzle focusing on the identification of organic shapes.
There are two different ways to approach the activity. Students who are capable, cut out the shape puzzle pieces and place them on top of the matching organic shapes in the picture. Alternatively, students may identify the organic shapes in the picture and then colour only these shapes on the black and white version of the toucan.
If placing puzzle pieces on top of the picture, it is preferable to use the black and white puzzle pieces as this allows the students to focus on the shapes they are viewing rather than the colours.
This activity provides a great opportunity for students to practise their fine motor skills if cutting the shapes.
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NSW Curriculum alignment
Victorian Curriculum alignment
Explore ideas, experiences, observations and imagination to create visual artworks
Australian Curriculum alignment
Explore ideas, experiences, observations and imagination to create visual artworks and design, including considering ideas in artworks by Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander artists
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