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Dit is een soort memory waarbij paren moeten gevonden worden. Op de ene kaart staat een vierhoek afgebeeld. Leerlingen moeten deze afbeelding combineren met een eigenschap die van toepassing is op de afgebeelde vierhoek. Er zijn meer …


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