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  • Leeanne

    Kids draw the shape and fill out the back of the cards. Click here for the printable. Note: Don't cut along the center line. The card folds in half, so there is a front and back

  • Meagan da Silva

    Shape trading cards. Kids fill in the details

  • Tammy Agi

    E is for Explore!: geometry Shape trading cards

  • katherine loiry

    geometry ideas from e is for explore

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