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Tarsia

Tarsia
With this software you will easily be able to create, print out, save and exchange customised jigsaws, domino activities and a variety of rectangular card sort activities. The activities created using this software can be presented in printable form, ready to cut out. Formulator Tarsia known earlier as Formulator Jigsaw is an editor designed for Teachers of Mathematics creating the activities in a form of jigsaws or dominos etc for later use in a class. It includes the powerful equation editor for building the math-expressions for the activities. An advanced feature of text placement along the side of the shape makes this tool irreplaceable software for fast activity creation. Formulator Tarsia became a powerful tool for learning activities since it supports the activity templates. Formulator Tarsia installation package contains samples kindly offered by: Hermitech Laboratory highly appreciates these contributions. Creating learning activities with Formulator Tarsia Bottom navigation bar

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Maths Tarsia Jigsaw Files for Free from MrBartonMaths.com Why are Tarisas so great? I have been using Tarisa igsaws for the past 10 years of my teaching because: - You can easily create wide range of activities, including jigsaws of various shapes and sizes, dominoes, matching rectangular cards and follow-me cards. - The teacher does not need to spend time cutting up the jigsaw as the software automatically jumbles up the pieces of the jigsaw in the Output section, thus allowing the teacher to simply print out a copy and hand it to the students to cut out and assemble - Key Point: There are plenty of ways of adding richness and challenge to Tarsia jisaw activities, as I explain in the "Twists" section below. How can I get the software? The software is available to download for free from via this link Scroll down to the bottom of the page for “Formulator Tarsia Installation Package” If that link isn't working, then you can also get the installer here • Supplementary Sheets – make Tarsia jigsaws much more versatile with supplentary sheets.

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