More work with cubes – all good fun, colourful and kinaesthetic

Other blogs have included the cubes, but here’s a couple more examples.

First, Stacey demonstrated how to collect like terms, including different colours for negative and positive:



And second, Adam found the twelve pentominoes, and one of the two arrangements of a 2 x 30 rectangle.  We then went on to identify the lines of symmetry of each, and the order of rotational symmetry where it exists.



All good stuff.


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Maths teacher, among other things. View all posts by Colin Billett

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