Lots NEW! Our New Year jigsaws make a fun, very portable activity to keep the kids amused. Simply print, cut and try to put together again! Click the link for instructions and printable. We have different levels of difficulty for different ages - just choose the one you want.
Idea: Make a race game to play on New Year's Eve by printing out a number of jigsaws, jiggling them up and seeing how quickly you can sort them out and put them back together again!
Get the kids to colour this 2024 jigsaw, write a message on the back if they wish (which turns the jigsaw into a fun card to send to friends and family), then cut it into pieces ready to put it back together again!
Instructions for the small jigsaw:
Here's a simple idea for a jigsaw to celebrate 2024, available in large and small sizes. This also makes a fun idea for a 2024 card. Get the kids to write a message on the back of the picture before you turn it into a jigsaw! Then put the pieces into an envelope and send...
Counting plays a part in many celebrations; be it counting down to midnight or counting the number of puffs it takes to blow out the candles on a birthday cake. Help children practice counting to 10 with our celebration counting jigsaw.
Keep children busy while they wait for the fireworks to start by getting them to complete this rocket and sparkler fireworks printable jigsaw. You can find cutting guides here.
This new year help children practice their counting with our fun midnight counting jigsaw. Chose your version - we have coloured and black and white, to colour yourself, to chose from - print on to card and cut into strips along the dotted lines.
Our party jigsaw is a fun way to calm overexcited children by giving them something to focus on. Print the jigsaw on to card and then cut along the dotted lines into strips, children must then use their knowledge of ordinal numbers and the picture to put the strips in order.
This bright and busy rockets picture makes a good jigsaw puzzle. We have added an interesting twist to a standard puzzle though, there are the the ordinal numbers 1st to 10th on each strip. To complete the jigsaw children must put the ordinal numbers in the correct order.