Fill in the Blank: this activity focuses on reasoning, problem solving, perception and cognition. It includes 8 pages of “grid puzzles” of increasing difficulty. How to play: begin by cutting the playing pieces apart. Players must follow visual cues to place these pieces on the corresponding grid puzzle board in the correct position. Where’s the correct position? There are visual cues on both the pieces and board to assist in problem solving this. Around the squares of the grid are 1/2 of a shape. The other 1/2 is on the playing piece. Align the shapes and you have the correct position. Get a position wrong and some shapes just won’t match to their corresponding 1/2. Puzzles progressively provide less cues. Some actually depend upon other correctly placed pieces to provide the needed cues. Download or printed versions available.