To make your 7-piece Tangram Puzzle, either make your own tangram pieces from scrap paper as shown in this video or use this diagram and carefully cut out the pieces.
Now use the pieces of your Tangram to make
• An isosceles triangle
• A rectangle
• A […]
How many ways can this be done?
How can you be sure?
The MULTIPLICATION CHALLENGE Inclusion and Home Learning Guide provides related learning activities on the theme of Logical Thinking for learners of all abilities […]
You can make the five platonic solids using paper, string and sticky tape.
If you would like to find out how to do this click on the links below.
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Click here for learner’s worksheet.
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You have 12 small cubes, each with side length 1 cm.
The two rectangular prisms shown above have each been made with the 12 cubes.
Are these two rectangular prisms the same or different?
They are the same but with a different orientation.
They can be described as 3×2×2 rectangular […]
This picture shows a rectangular prism made from 36 cubes.
How many different rectangular prisms can you make from 36 cubes?
Do they all have the same volume? Why or why not?
Do they all have the same surface area? Why or why not?
Take the area of each face of […]
ADHK is a square of side length 12 cm
AB = BC= CD = AE
BE is parallel to CF
EI is parallel to FJ
GE is parallel to AD
Can you find the side lengths of the different shapes?
Justify your answers.
The area of JGK is 20 cm².
A large piece of land, divided into small plots, belongs to 5 different farmers.
Below is a plan of the area as the land is presently divided.
All the plots labelled (a) belong to farmer (a).
All the plots labelled (s) belong to farmer (s) and so on.