Saturday, 01 December 2007 | Comments
It’s been two terms since my last post on this blog, End of term activities. So, as I return to this blog at the end of the year, here are some more “last day” type activities.
These five line designs; triangle, twirl, clover, 5 point star and 8 point star, interest even my Year 9 students. They’re a quick way to get some “mathy” looking student work for your wall, and could also be used as practice using a ruler for younger students.
Each worksheet shows what the final design looks like, and the marked out template for the student to complete.
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