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Regular and Irregular 2D Shapes Display Posters

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Regular and Irregular 2D Shapes Display Posters - Shape poster, irregular shape, Shape recognition, shape flashcards, Shapes in the environment
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  • Oct 3rd

    Thanks Twinkl for this fantastic resource. Just what I needed to jazz up my classroom especially now that my kids have been introduced to the word 'quadrilaterals'!

  • May 18th

    Hi morpheuslaughing, thank you for your comment. I have passed it on to our resource team for them to have another look at this. :)

  • May 17th

    Um, I'm pretty sure some of the responses and feedback to this resource need clarifying. I was under the impression a rectangle IS an IRREGULAR polygon as it only exhibits one of the features of what makes a regular polygon - that is it's internal angles ARE the same, BUT it's sides ARE NOT the same length. A Square has all sides and all angles the same so it is a regular polygon. Likewise, you can have both regular and irregular triangles, pentagons, hexagons, heptagons, octagons etcetc

  • Oct 25th, 2012

    so now I'm happy to down load these!

  • Oct 25th, 2012

    Hello!
    We have spoken with someone who knows a little bit more on the matter and have amended the resource accordingly!
    Thanks for pointing out the errors!
    :)

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Regular and Irregular 2D Shapes Display Posters

Regular and Irregular 2D Shapes Display Posters - A set of handy 2D shape posters, featuring both the regular and irregular shapes. Great for classroom decoration or for use as flashcards to discuss key characteristics of certain shapes.
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