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      The Tangram Channel - all sorts of sheets with answers and building instructions Tangram Puzzle Worksheets

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      Tangram Puzzle Worksheets- different levels of difficulty

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      Tangram Puzzle Worksheets

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    This fun and FREE activity will keep your students thinking as they try to figure out which gift each child received!

    a great way to teach your kids how to spell their name (2-4 year olds) :) Beginning of the year. We did this with first and last name. I call them name puzzles