Saturday, 05 December 2009 | 0 Comments
The end of term/year often brings lots of disruptions. So, as much as I like to keep teaching till the end, some days require something a little different. I like hands-on quasi-mathematical activities that allow every student to engage with and complete. And on Thursday, just before having one of those disrupted days, I found this…
Crazy paper thing on Let’s Play Math!.
I made a template to use with this activity, which you can download below. The template made it much easier to get straight into the fun part. Make sure the PDF is printed at 100%, the end products should be 12 cm × 24 cm.
An extra end-of-term activity. If you do find yourself stuck in a computer lab with a class, maybe try thisissand.com.
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