Elementary 5+

SHAPE AND SPACE SET 2

(ITEM 222)

For larger groups, you can double your resources with this set providing 2 sets of cards and extra rods and spheres. Our introductory set ensures all pupils find the elementary principles of Euclidean geometry fun, easy to grasp and stimulating. Model building and discussion in the classroom encourage proactive participation, leading to positive results from an early age.

ITEM: 222

TEACHING TOPICS:

  • Constructing 2D and 3D shapes
  • Perimeters and areas, doubling/halving
  • Triangles and quadrilateral shapes
  • Pyramids, quadrangles, triangles, octagons, hexagons
  • Repeating sequences and tessellation
  • Parallel and mirror lines
  • Symmetry and rotational symmetry
  • Distinguishing between straight and turning movements/recognising 1/2 and 1/4 turns
  • Visualising and describing shapes, movements and transformations
  • Applying numeracy skills to other areas of learning
  • Collecting and recording data /analysing and explaining results and procedures
  • Solving problems by breaking down into smaller tasks

CONTENTS:

  • 2 sets bilingual Shape and Space cards (40 cards)
  • 60 rods
  • 64 spheres
  • Contained in a plastic Gratnells SmartCase® for easy storage

LANGUAGES:

denmark finland france germany greece it netherlands norway portugal spain sweden UK

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