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2D/3D Shape Investigations

Discussion in 'Primary' started by sfm_81, Feb 12, 2011.

  1. Hi, can anyone suggest any 2D/3D shape investigations that they have used in lower KS2 that have been particularly successful?

    I have recently done this one.. "The number of lines of symmetry in a regular polygon is equal to the number of sides of the polygon" - This was very successful with some good outcomes, I'm just trying to find some more!

    Any ideas welcome, thank you.
  2. clawthorpegirl

    clawthorpegirl New commenter

    This might be too easy but how about having a triangle, square and hexagon and challenging children to find as many combinations as possible which would equal 24 sides.

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