Terrific Tangrams

This morning, Year Five tackled some tricky tangrams in their Maths lesson.

Tangrams are mathematical puzzles that use basic shapes to create larger, or more intricate shapes and objects. The puzzle consists of a square divided into seven pieces called Tans. Each of the pieces had a different shape. Children had to solve the puzzle by arranging the pieces in the correct order to get them to fit back into a perfect square. Although this was a difficult task, many children succeeded after trying hard and moving the shapes around to try different combinations. Next, the children used tangrams to create Easter bunny patterns. This was a lot of fun and everyone enjoyed the challenge!


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