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2D Shape Sort- Tissue box monsters

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By OceanView Resources,
2D Shape Sort- Tissue box monsters

2D Monsters. Recycle those old tissue boxes into a valuable resource. Very simple to use, yet very engaging and ideal for Maths rotations with younger students.

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OceanView Resources,

Teaching is one of the most creative jobs I know, even after 30 years of teaching I realise that every day is different. You may be teaching the same subjects and grades, but it's children that make teaching both the challenging and rewarding profession that I have known.  I have recognised the need to provide resources to free up very busy teachers by creating units of work and teacher planning e-books guaranteed to suit their needs and those of the students in their care. Packed with amazing websites and activities that I have tried and tested in the classroom over the years.    

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    Recycle those old tissue boxes into a valuable resource. Very simple to use, yet very engaging and ideal for Maths rotations with younger students.
    With this resource, you can create some fun 2D sorting monsters
    They can be used with mosaic or pattern blocks, but printable sheets are included in the pack for cutting and laminating for durability.
    Shapes included are:
    *squares
    *circles
    *triangles
    *stars
    *ovals
    *trapezoid
    *hexagons
    *pentagons
    *octagons
    *rhombus
    *parallelogram
    *heart

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