Tina Cardone typically blogs at Drawing on Math. She attended the Northwestern Math Conference earlier this month and has recapped her first day and second two days there, including sessions on algebra, algebraic thinking, modeling, problem solving, and engagement.
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Problemas matemáticos sin resolver que cualquier niño puede entender [Conferencia]
I made these worksheets as a more hands-on visual way of finding the surface area of triangular prisms.
The first worksheet (01) would be best printed on card. Students to cut out the nets, determine the surface area by counting squares and then form the solid.
The second worksheet (02) asks students to determine the surface area by counting squares on a net, then they match (using colour) the faces of the net with the faces of an isometric solid.
The third worksheet (03) has a variety of […]