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Make a square with one cut

This is one of those amazing sheets which keep them going for quite a while!  I’ve tried this with a lower set Yr10, an extension class in Yr8 and even a few teachers!   68 more words


3D Roller Coaster Sculture 

This is so fun! Preschool kids LOVE doing this project! We build roller coaster out of strips of paper. I gave the kids a black piece of paper, 9×12, and a handful of precut strips of paper. 58 more words


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The Activities

  1. Topic: Addition, Subtraction: Book: Teddy Bear Counting by McGrath.
  2. Topic: Shapes, Spatial Reasoning: Draw  and color pictures of one or two attribute blocks.
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Home Education: Day 1

We just took lunch and “recess,” lol. I am having a good time teaching my son. I’m pleased with the first curriculum I chose. I like their record-keeping system because it shows times, dates, scores, etc. 464 more words


Developing the Minds of Tomorrow Through Origami

by Caroline Bosc, French Teacher & Origami Elective Teacher

Origami is the ancient Japanese art of turning a flat piece of paper into a three-dimensional shape. 259 more words

The Langley School

Spatial Visualization Skills FAQs - Engage Engineering

A cool FAQ on the importance of spatial visualization skills in most STEM fields, and the research on how to improve them.

Research has demonstrated that training is an effective way to improve spatial visualization skills Contero et al., 2006; Ferguson, Ball, McDaniel, & Anderson, 2008; Hand, Uttal, Marulis, & Newcombe, 2008; Hsi et al., 1997; Martín-Dorta et al., 2008; Newcombe, 2006; Onyancha, Derov, & Kinsey, 2009; Onyancha, R., Towle, E., & Kinsey, B., 2007; Sorby, 2009; Sorby & Baartmans, 2000; Terlecki, Newcombe, & Little, 2008.  

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Progression, Enthusiasm, and Space

In Mandarin Chinese, 上 (shàng) means above, while 下 (xià) means below. Shàng also means before, as in shàng wǔ (before noon), while xià means after, as in xià wǔ (afternoon). 393 more words