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Modular: free diagrams instructing you how to fold modular origami models.

Modular: free diagrams instructing you how to fold modular origami models.
These modulars are made available by the origami community at large. If you have a model that you would like to share, or if you see your model here and would like it removed, please Contact Us. Diagrams are intended for personal use. Copyright of the models lie with the origami creators and designers. Please contact the designer and/or creator directly for non-private usage of a model and/or artwork. Some people love modular origami. Many of the diagrams here are from Modular MM Mania - it's a must see site. The value in between the parentheses represent the number of units needed to complete the modular origami model. Books about Modular Origami ---> go to Home Page ---> more origami diagrams ---> Site Map Related:  OrigamiOrigami e Kirigami

www.origamee.net/diagrams/cubes/meecube4.html Whirl Cube Copyright © 2000 by M. Mukhopadhyay. All rights reserved. Definitions of mountain fold, valley fold and preliminary bases can be found in Origami For Everyone. Shown here are 24 unit assemblies of Whirl Cube in both regular and reverse coloring schemes. [ Back to Origami Main ] Dodecahedron Instructions with A6 paper This A6 Dodecahedron uses 12 sheets of A-sized paper. Take a sheet of A5 or A6 paper and fold it in half and unfold. Do this for vertical and horizontal so you can identify the center.Fold the top right and bottom left corners to the center.Repeat, fold the top left and bottom right corners to the center.Fold model in half. ---> go back to Modular Origami Page---> see more Free Origami Diagrams

La chronique de Mélisande* Au cours des années, j'ai créé plusieurs dizaines de modèles. Pour certains d'entre eux, j'ai publié des instructions, accessibles via la rubrique diagrammes de ce blog. D'autres ne subsistent que par une photo sur flickr et quelques croquis dans mes archives manuscrites. Longtemps, j'ai attendu le prince charmant, un as du dessin vectoriel qui serait prêt à diagrammer toutes mes créations ; je ne vois toujours rien venir, et à mon âge, cela devient improbable. Mieux vaut profiter des quelques années qui me restent avant l'Alzheimer pour faire ce travail moi-même. Deux de mes modèles figurent dans le dernier livre de Meenakshi Mukerjee. Le premier résultat de mes efforts est présenté dans le billet précédent. Je partage toujours mes idées de création par des photos, CP, tutoriaux, sur flickr ou ailleurs, et cela ne va pas changer. J'envisage de publier mes futurs diagrammes dans des livrets de convention ou autres ouvrages collectifs.

Sorting Polygons Teacher Notes Included are patterns for twenty-six polygons, as found in the Shapes activity sheet. These polygons are numbered so that teachers can pull out certain ones for use in an activity and so that students can identify a particular polygon more easily. Teachers can make durable figures by copying the polygons onto card stock and then laminating them. Each group of students needs one set of polygons, and the teacher should have a special set of the polygons made from transparencies. Below are overhead masters and images of the Venn diagrams that teachers need to copy and laminate for the students and also make into transparencies for themselves. The terms and phrases in the Sorting Cards activity sheet should also be made into transparencies and cut into cards for use by the instructor. Activities One simple activity is to place the Venn Diagram with One Circle overhead on the overhead projector and put a phrase, such as "all sides congruent," on the circle.

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Origami Flash Cards Origami Flash Cards Here's an idea that goes along with the Multiplication Practice Sheets I created to help my students become more proficient at learning multiplication facts. Start with a 4.25" square of xerox paper. (You can get four squares from one sheet of paper.) Fold it in half three times as shown below. After making the three folds, unfold the whole thing and refold it so that the diagonal folds are ridges and the 90 degree folds are valleys. Collapse the valleys inward as you bring the ridges on both sides together. Lay the paper on its side and flatten it. The last step is easy. The example below shows how to do this for the 4's family. When you've done all four outside triangles, refold the paper, and do the inside four triangles with the remaining facts. How to Use The Multiplication Practice Sheets provide practice at learning either the products or the factor needed to make a particular product. Multiplication Practice Sheets Questions?

Origami Folding Instructions - Instructions on How to Make Origami Folding Modular Models - Polyhedrals by Francis Ow Folding Modular Models - Polyhedrals This page has many graphics and illustrate how to fold a few simple models. Due to its graphical nature, loading of this page will be slow. Modular models are where simple modules are first folded, these simple modules are then lock together without the use of glue to form the complete model. Polyhedral Models Folding are a subset of Modular Models Folding. Diagrams avaliable here include: 120 degrees module - to construct truncated tetrahedron, cuboctahedron, dodecahedron, rhombicuboctahedron, etc. How to fold a 120-degree module Using this module and folding the required number modules you can construct a Truncated Tetrahedron, Cuboctahedron, Dodecahedron, Rhombicuboctahedron, etc. How to fold a 135-degree module Using modules that can interlock at various angles, I have been able to devise many kinds of other geometrical models. I wish you luck and many hours of happy frustrating fun!

DIY EAMES desk organizer - monsterscircus EAMES inspired organizer idea. En idé med design inspiration og opbevaring i dejlig kombi – Du kan opbevare skrivebords artikler eller måske dine nøgler i herligheden. For at gøre idéen mere budgetvenlig, har jeg brugt både læder og filt, men du kan jo også gå all in med læder, måske i to forskellige farver. Da jeg ikke lige ved, hvad man må og ikke må mht. at gengive en redesignet skabelon med ophavsrettigheder, har jeg ikke angivet mål -Der er jo ændret lidt på benene, for at gøre plads til opbevaringen, men lad os hoppe ud i det. Du kan bruge Vitra skabelonen, som jeg delte igår i dette indlæg. I have made this EAMES inspired desk organizer with plenty of room for all your desk lovelies or maybe keys or notes. I haven’t mentioned any measurement since the printable of course is copyrighted by Vitra and I have done a customizations of their template, so you’re going to be creative with the measurements:-) I used the Vitra printable that I shared in this post yesterday.

Primary Magazine - Issue 58: Focus on In this three-part series, Barbara Carr, an independent consultant who is also an accredited PD lead for the NCETM, outlines how to use Dienes (Base 10) equipment and the Roman Numeral system to help children develop better conceptual understanding of how place value in our number system works. Do we really make the most of our wonderful number system? There has been surprise, possibly annoyance, even outrage at the introduction of Roman Numerals in the 2014 mathematics curriculum. Year 4 draft programme of study: Read Roman numerals to 100 (I to C) and know that over time, the numeral system changed to include the concept of zero and place value. The guidance states: Roman numerals should be put in their historical context so pupils understand that there have been different ways to write whole numbers and that the important concepts of zero and place value were introduced over a period of time. Year 5 draft programme of study: Pupils identify the place value in large whole numbers. Rules:

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