Wild Pa Activity Time

Resource type: 
Activity Time



Book title: Wild Pa

By Claire Saxby and Connah Brecon

Face puzzle 

You will need:


  • Photos (straight on face shots work best)
  • Scissors
  • Glue or blue tack.


  1. Take a photos of family member’s faces. (start off with two faces, build up to more family members)
  2. Print out photos and cut into 3 parts (eyes, nose and mouth)
  3. Mix up 2 photos and match the puzzle pieces together
  4. Have lots of fun matching different family member’s features
  5. Talk with your child and notice the differences between the photos. Eg. Look at eye colour and shape – are they the same or different? Spend time exploring and playing with the face puzzle.
TIP: Start off with two faces, keeping the puzzle simple. Over time you can include more faces, making the face puzzle more complex..
Further information
Sharing stories provides an opportunity for you to talk with your child, to have meaningful conversations and explore new ideas or experiences. Talking with your child is the best way to expose them to lots of language, and talking while interacting together in fun and playful ways is a great opportunity for learning. Make story time special, turn off distractions and give your child your undivided attention, even if it’s just a few minutes each day. Spending one on-one time with children is incredibly valuable in creating nurturing relationships that are consistent, warm and loving. Children’s development will thrive when they are feel safe, secure and are given opportunities to play and explore their own interests.
Heads and Shoulders, Knees and Toes and Cuddly Koala.


Key message

The best learning happens in nurturing relationships.


For full Activity Time please download the attached PDF

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