To make a model showing how cubes are made up of three square based pyramids, you will need a cardboard box, some string, some colouring pens and a knife or scissors to cut the box.
From one corner of a box cut squares all exactly the same size to form 3 faces of a […]
Draw the diagram accurately starting with a regular pentagon.
Find all the angles in the diagram.
Label 4 sets of congruent triangles. Which triangles are similar?
Describe the symmetries of the shape (that is the transformations that map the shape onto itself).
Describe the symmetries […]
Fold a piece of paper in two and tear out half a person. An old newspaper is good for this. Now open out your little person and flatten it. You have made a paper doll that is symmetrical about the fold line. The two halves of the doll on […]
This practical activity involves making a skeletal model of an icosahedron by tying together sticks made from paper rolled tightly around pieces of string. Make 6 rhombuses as shown with 5 sticks for each one.
When you turn this star around it looks exactly the same in 5 different positions so we say it has ROTATIONAL SYMMETRY of order 5.
Is it possible to draw a 6-pointed star in the same way […]