Overall rating 5 out of 55 (3 ratings)
Last updated 17 March 2013, created 03 July 2012, viewed 2,881
This promethean asks pupils to investigate euler's rule and platonic solids. It includes a viseo of how a group of pupils can work together to make an icosatetrahedron. Great for an end of term!
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Excellent. Will be using the wordsearch with lower ability class, but great for those more able.
Just made the solids up before going back to school after Aussie holidays = brilliant. Not actually doing anything connected to this with any of my classes at the moment, but I WILL FIND A WAY to do them anyway. Thanks for this brilliant resource. (Could be worth using the old round hole reinforcers - looks like an annulus - on the white side of the holes so that string/wool won't tear thru)
Took ages to download but well worth it! Am now going to find some paper and have a go!
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