You know those little raisin boxes that kids love to hold and eat out of? Instead of throwing them away, let's reuse them and turn them into puzzles! I created a cute 12 piece farm puzzle that you can use. All you need is 12 raisin boxes, scissors and glue. This is a great project for Earth Day or for any day!
You can use any brand of raisins, the standard size boxes, which are either 1 oz or 1.5 oz. They are the same size in length and width, just different thickness.
This is the brand I used, but like I said, you can use any brand, for example those red Sun Maid boxes are fine.
Once you have 12 boxes you can just print and cut the puzzle and glue each piece to the boxes.
And that's it! Wasn't that easy? Now if you want, you could use Velcro on the sides of the boxes to hold it together as your child completes the puzzle, but it's not necessary at all.
As an eco-friendly alternative to the free printable, you could find a picture in a magazine or newspaper and use that for the puzzle!