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Tag Archives: 3Dgeometry
Isometric graph paper and 3D pictures
Translated from this post by Jane Kats. At our math festivals and during Mousematics lessons we actively use isometric graph paper, aka “triangular grid paper”. Sheets with a triangular grid can be downloaded on our site here in the free downloads … Continue reading
Fun with pentacubes
Today we started a unit on geometry with the second graders. The first activity had them explore how many different structures can be made out of 4 snap cubes. They very quickly came up with the five tetrominoes: After a … Continue reading
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Tagged 2nd grade, 3Dgeometry, geometry, Main Line Classical Academy, manipulatives, snap cubes
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Making Cubes
Today I used Magformers to show Zoe how to make a cube. Then I said, “Now you do it.” She made me three! Here are the stepbystep pictures for one of them (if you go through them very quickly, it’ll … Continue reading
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Nets and Decorations
For the past two weeks, we have been continuing to explore 3D objects, and more specifically their nets. During the first lesson, we played with the nets of a cube. The kids were given pictures of hexominoes (arrangements of 6 … Continue reading
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Tagged 3Dgeometry, art, class, fun math, geometry, Golden Key Russian School, handson activity, mathematical art
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