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# Three Block Towers

How many towers will have a red block at the top?

How many will have yellow at the top? What about blue?

How will you know when you have got them all? Perhaps you could rearrange them to help?

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How many towers will have a red block at the top?

How many will have yellow at the top? What about blue?

How will you know when you have got them all? Perhaps you could rearrange them to help?

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