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‘The Magical 4 Potted Plants,’by 7 year olds Vaani Jain and Saanvi Rajgarhia, Tangram#43

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Hey young readers, Sara here! Do you know what a Tangram is?Tangram is a  dissection puzzle consisting of seven flat polygons, called tans, which are  rearranged together to form different shapes and patterns.

 

Tangrams are a  great learning tool for building STEM skills.

Tangram Story with Vaani JainTangram Story with Saanvi RajgarhiaToday’s Tangram story by 7 year olds Vaani Jain and Saanvi Rajgarhia from Kolkata is a cute magical tale. Read for yourself.

 

 

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Vaani and Saanvi are friends. One day while playing in the school garden,  during break time they found a strange key with number 4 written on it.

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They decided to keep the key.

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The girls took a small potted plant from the school garden to take home. But accidentally, they dropped it and it broke. They decided to replant it. While replanting it, the strange key fell from Vaani’s pocket into the new pot.

 

Suddenly, there were four new potted plants instead!

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The girls realized the magic of the strange key. These new potted plants were  no ordinary plants. They grow whatever the girls wished for!

With the help of the four magical potted plants the girls helped their friends’ neighbors and also the poor.

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4 Replies to “‘The Magical 4 Potted Plants,’by 7 year olds Vaani Jain and Saanvi Rajgarhia, Tangram#43”

  • Vandana Khaitan

    Great … well done Samvit.love you ..nani and coco

  • Asish Dey

    Well done Saanvi. We are proud of you ❤️😊

  • Tabassum Iqbal

    Saanvi that’s wonderful and very imaginative. Keep it up

  • Swati Kheria

    Lovely work girls! Proud of you too!

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