Monday, September 12, 2011

Making 3D Nets

This week we are investigating the 3D shapes. Today we made 3D nets out of paper and then we were partnered up to make a cube using kebab sticks / toothpicks and wine gums. Check out our movie and this rich maths activity. At the end of making the 3D cube, we had to measure one edge and then multiplied the number of edges altogether. Check out our movie.


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6 comments:

Rachel said...

Hi Room5 cool 3D nets I really love the pictures and the movie to.

bamfordstudent said...

Creative voice, this is a lovely blog page you have created.
I love the way that you guys did a video on measurement, which will help with our class since we are learning about measurement.
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bamfordstudent said...

Creative voice, this is a lovely blog page you have created.
I love the way that you guys did a video on measurement, which will help with our class since we are learning about measurement.
Go to http://bamfordschoolnews.blogspot.com/ to view Bamford school's blog.

Commented by Feiloai

Anonymous said...

Hey guys,
i love how in the slide show you all were working absolutely great and i also love your pictures room5 keep it up


FINE

Anonymous said...

Hi Room 5,
Great work you've got it's awesome and it even looks yum because of the winegums.

Anonymous said...

Hi Room5

I like your 3D nets because they look so yummy.


Keep up the good work Room5!!
From Roswell