Rearrange the tiles to make the first part of a well-known Bonfire Night rhyme. Younger children might want to cut the tiles out to rearrange them.
We've designed our tile puzzles so that they can be enjoyed by children in as wide an age range as possible. Younger kids may like to cut out the tiles and play with them - on the provided grid or not - until they find the correct order. Older children may use the grid and a pencil instead. Either way they are challenging and fun!
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Here's something different for Diwali! Rearrange the letter tiles so that they form a sentence with a special Diwali message. Younger children might want to cut them out and move them around; older kids can just use a pencil to write the answer in the blank grid below.
If you put all these "tiles" into the right order you will make a well-known sentence about families. Younger children might want to cut out the tiles and muddle them around.
These letter tiles need to be juggled around until they form an important Halloween message. You can cut out the tiles and rearrange them manually, or just use the grid below to try to work out the right order.
Can you reorganise the tiles to form a sentence about this spooky holiday? You could cut them out and try rearranging them, or just write them out on the grid at the bottom of the page.