Ideas Talk about why having the target picture to look at helps.  Are there any bits of the picture that clearly go together – such as the two halves of a Numberjacks or something with a distinct shape or pattern? With 9 and 12 pieces jigsaws, does the child have a plan, such as corners first or starting with the top or bottom row?  The Jigsaw (part 2) On the screen Completing the Jigsaw gives children practice in observation skills, perception of shapes, and planning. The pieces of the jigsaw are dragged on to the white screen. The icon bottom left returns to the jigsaw selection screen. The eyeball turns seeing the target picture on and off.  The swirly arrow resets the pieces in a different starting position.   Go to part 1