In honor of Reformation day (okay, a bit early), we made a Martin Luther and Katherina von Bora puzzle! You can see the how-to blog post over at In All You Do, as well as learn some more about Martin Luther — the ex-monk, who married an ex-nun.
I love how easy it is to make photo puzzles like this, …well, painting puzzles, in this case! All you need is a printer, some paper and cardboard, a glue stick, and a good pair of scissors. Depending on your child’s age, you’ll have an eager assistant for some of the creation process.
Toby was thrilled to help glue the paper to the cardboard. Since his scissor skills aren’t quite there yet, I did that portion of the project. Then we had fun putting the puzzle together multiple times. Toby’s favorite section of the puzzle was Katherina von Bora — possibly because “she’s a mama” …or because her picture had more details and was easier to assemble.
Head over to In All You Do to read more about this project, learn more about the Reformation, and even download a free printable to make your own Martin Luther and Katherina von Bora puzzles.
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