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Junk Drawer Geometry
Junk Drawer Geometry ›
By Bobby Mercer


Published Oct 2018

For many children, geometry is best understood as a hands-on subject. With this handy resource, children will build polygons out of pipe cleaners and flexible drinking straws, explore Mobius strips made from index cards, and model the Pythagorean Theorem using cheese crackers. Educator Bobby Mercer provides readers with 50 creative geometry project ideas for engaged learning. Each activity includes a materials list and detailed instructions with illustrations. The projects introduced here include ideas on how to modify the lessons for different age groups, allowing teachers to use this to excite any classroom. Educators and parents will find this title a handy resource to teach children problem-solving skills and applied geometry, all while having a lot of fun.

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