This jigsaw has 7 pieces and 3 solutions with variations of those solutions.

You can download the template here and cut it out or make it on card. Try the puzzle yourself.

Either make a square with 5 pieces or make a square with 6 pieces.

The third challenge is to explain this.

Click here for the Make Squares worksheet. If you don’t have a printer you can easily make your own jigsaw pieces. You can choose any right angled triangle whatsoever and then make your jigsaw using that triangle. The worksheet gives instructions for doing this.

Click here to watch the GTEN workshop for primary and secondary teachers all about how learners can discover Pythagoras Theorem for themselves.

Click here for the MAKE SQUARES JIGSAW Notes for Teachers

Click here for the MAKE SQUARES JIGSAW Inclusion and Home Learning Guide.



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