Mathterpieces

Can you memorise 8 pictures?

Click the button below to view all eight pictures and then test your memory.

Drag the pictures up or down so that they are in the same order as you saw them.

Picture number 1:

Picture number 2:

Picture number 3:

Picture number 4:

Picture number 5:

Picture number 6:

Picture number 7:

Picture number 8:

Drag the pictures above into the correct order then click the button above

If you wish to start again click on one of the buttons below.

Number of shapes per picture:

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