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Children first cut out the individual pieces of the puzzle and then glue them into printed patterns of different environments. They are based on the color template that is part of the workbook and on the names of plants and animals that are printed on the back of each piece of the puzzle. Sticking creates new pictures from many interesting details. If only part of the picture is glued (bending flap), a two-stage developmental sequence of detail is created: for example, a caterpillar and a hatched butterfly.
In the crown of an old tree