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Geometric Solids

Geometric Solids

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Shape < Maths Zone - Free Cool Learning Games for School The shape is revealed bit by bit – pause and discuss, predict. Choices are 2D, including irregular polygons, or quadrilaterals, with and without rotation. Recognise the 2D shape – Yr1 What is the simple 2D shape? – Rec Teacher Tools for Interactive Whiteboards ↓ Skip to Main Content Home Resources Teacher Tools Numbers to Ten on the TenFrame

Irish Birds The Robin (An Spideog) 32p The Robin stays in Ireland all year round.He is about 3 inches high.The robin is a greyish bird with a red breast. You would see the robin usually on the windowsill. He is a friendly bird. It is know as the robin red breast.The Robin eats berries, fruit and worms.He nests in stone walls, bushes or riverbanks.The nest is made from dead leaves and moss and is lined with hairs.

Plane developments of geometric bodies (1): Nets of prisms A right prism is a polyhedron that has two congruents pararel polygonal faces (bases of the prism) and with all remaining faces are rectangles. The main interest of this page is to see how a right prism can be developed into a plane net. There is a platonic solid that is a prism, the cube.

The Elementary Math Maniac: Bug Themed 20 Frames I love using 5, 10 and 20 frames in the classroom! These are a great way to build numeracy and additive reasoning with your students. If you are new to using these frames or want to learn a few new tricks, check out the ideas below or pick up a copy of It Makes Sense! Puzzles Zoo Solutions We recieved the canary, the cat, dog 3, the hedgehogs, the monkey, the turtle 1 and 2, and the elephant 2 from Roel Huisman – The Netherlands. Ostrich 2, the crocodile and the squirrel are from Ekkehard Künzell - Germany. Ekkehard Künzell is the creator of "Reservat" with pentacubes. Eagle 1 and 2, the rabbit, turtle 3 and the fish is from Aurore Dedecker, student KSO Glorieux Ronse - Belgium. Karel Verbuyst (10 years) makes the animals with his Lego-blocs.

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Waterman Polyhedra Play with the controls! Use the "Sequence" slider to step through the series of polyhedra. Click the "Colors" button. If you have red-blue 3D glasses, change the "Stereo Mode" to "Anaglyph". If you have a ColorCode ViewerTM (see below), change the "Stereo Mode" to "ColorCode". les 70 et les 90 Madame Zolondek taught me this trick and it's magical for those few students who just can't seem to get reading the 70 and 90 numerals in French. Here are some posters to demonstrate the trick for students. Here are some handy school or home practice card kits. They are printed on different colours of card stock with suggestions on how to use them in English with the idea that parents will also understand the task. They are gathered onto a ring for practice.

Math Christmas Ornament It’s that time of the year again, and this Christmas season we have something special for you – Platonic Solid Christmas Ornaments! These Platonic Solid nets are ready for you to print out and fold into the coolest math Christmas ornaments on the planet! Simply cut out the pattern, and fold along the grey lines. Fold the tabs into the solids and adhere with double-stick tape or glue. Alternatively, you can simple tape the sides together with regular tape.

Le son "r" - 6 cookie barclose This website makes use of cookies to enhance browsing experience and provide additional functionality. None of this data can or will be used to identify or contact you. Students learn the differences in people’s diets from around the world Title – Do Something about… Eating Healthy Day 4: International Food Day By – Do Something, Inc. / www.dosomething.org Primary Subject – Health / Physical Education Secondary Subjects - Grade Level – 9-12 Do Something about… Eating Healthy 10-Day Unit The following lesson is the fourth lesson of a 10-day Eating Healthy Unit from Do Something, Inc. Other lessons in this unit are as follows: More student resources for this cause are at: www.dosomething.org/causes/healthy_eating Day 4: International Food Day

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