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MATH
Tissue Box Math

Submitted by: Joanna Teodosio
From: West Haven, CT
Date Submitted: November 9, 2002

Square tissue boxes make great cubes! Cover each side with whatever math concept you want to reinforce, using one side per item. For example, if you are learning colors, put one color swatch on each side. The possibilities are endless - you can make one for colors, numerals, coins, or words you are trying to learn!

To use the cube, have the children roll it to one another and name what side faces them.

     
 

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