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Tangram Story A.  A CROW AND A BOTTLE

One upon a time, there was a crow. 

The crow flew over the mountain over a long period of time, and became very thirsty.

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Using the Applet below, rearrange the seven tangram pieces to form each pattern as shown on right side below:

      

These pieces may be rotated or flipped over during the rearrangement.

 

Solutions on last page of story

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Solve these Tangram puzzles: 

Bridge

Cart Gate Bottle

Swan

Fish

Bowing Boy Rectangle

Letter E

Hexagon

Shoe Sheep Crab

Horseman

Kangaroo

Head Apple Tree Urn

Glass

Duck

Ox Running Star

Pipe

Bowl

Dog Hill Vase

Camel

Helicopter

Spade Kettle Letter H

Crow

Squirrel

Walking Person Goat Rodent

Goose

Hare

Kneeling Partridge Butterfly

Running Man

House

Welcome Snail Shovel

Cat

Boating Man

Musical Note Boots Turkey

Sitting Person

Shirt

Medal Man's Face Windmill

Candlestick

Christmas Tree

Bed Strawberry Square

Wine Glass

Arrow

Pigeon Offering Space Capsule

Rabbit

Dancer

Bowing Elephant Rooster

Mountain Range

Letter C Lamp Barge Chair Sailboat
Gateway Shoe Balance Ferry Double Arrow
Top Lady Horse Wrench Stork
Key Head Angel Letter K Trapezoid
Jar Praying Pear Man's Head Sparrow
Triangle Quail Seal Zebra Arch
Tent Stairs Iron Ostrich Pentagon
Eagle Altar Dam Dagger Dog
Wolf Crown Pavillion Flag Headgear
Boomarang Runner Radish Helmet Pyramids
Pillar Woman's Head Buffalo Indian Carriage
Dipper Cactus Dove Barn Gun
Hen Drummer Trapezium Flask Torch
Lady Dancing Division Ax Bird Ring
 
Letters and Numbers:   A  B  C  D  E  F  G  H  I  J  K  L  M  O  P  S  T  W  X  Y  Z  1  3  4  5  6  7  8  9  ^  !  ?  :
Tangram Stories: The Story of a Crow and a Bottle The Boy Who Cried Wolf
  The First Christmas Weighing an Elephant
  Twelve Days of Christmas  

 

 

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ARISTOTLE

Aristotle was born in Stageira in Chalcidice in the northern Greece.  At 17, he went to Athens, and begun spending twenty years of his life studying under Plato.  When Plato died, he returned to Macedonia, and became the mentor of Alexander the Great.  Later, he went back to Athens to establish his own school at Lyceum.  Here, he spent most of the rest of his life in research, teaching, and writing.  His works include a wide range of subjects including ethics, philosophy, physics, biology, psychology, logic, politics, and rhetoric.

 

 

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