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Learning Resources Folding Geometric Shapes, For Grades 2 And Up
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Learning Resources Folding Geometric Shapes, for Grades 2 and Up


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  • Learning Resources Folding Geometric Shapes, For Grades 2 And Up available on February 15 2016 from Newegg for 39.99
  • Learning Resources Folding Geometric Shapes available on February 13 2016 from Amazon for 23.44
  • UPC bar code 765023809213 ξ2 registered February 15 2016
  • UPC bar code 765023809213 ξ3 registered November 11 2014
  • UPC bar code 765023809213 ξ1 registered September 18 2014
  • Product category is Business Office
  • Manufacturered by Learning Resources, Inc
  • LER0921
  • # 9SIA3G61N42894
  • # LRS2191
  • # LRNLER0921
  • Product color is Multi-colored

  • Product weight is 1.9 lbs.
Innovative folding geometric shape set is perfect for hands-on lessons in symmetry, perimeter, area, surface area and volume Unique 3D form brings concepts to life Each shape features a hang tab and sturdy cardboard base (except sphere) For children between 7 to 12 years Transparent geometric shapes plus corresponding fold-up net inserts include cylinder, square pyramid, cube, rectangular prism, cone, hexagonal prism, triangular pyramid and triangular prism. Includes 16 total pieces (8 transparent and 8 folding shapes). Measure 3"H. 16 Pieces.

References
    ^ (2020). Folding Geometric Shapes, Learning Resources. (revised Oct 2014)
    ^ Learning Resources Folding Geometric Shapes, For Grades 2 And Up, Learning Resources. Newegg. (revised Feb 2016)
    ^ (2003). Learning Resources Folding Geometric Shapes, Learning Resources, Inc. Amazon. (revised Feb 2016)

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I teach 7-8 grade math and love these foldable geometric shapes. My students quickly grasp the concept of a "net" and how to find the surface area of a polyedron. They also are perfect for demonstrating the relationship between the volume of a prism and a pyramid with the same base area and height. I show them that scooping up 3 pyramid fulls of beads can fill up the corresponding prism, hence V = BH/3.However, I recommend buying the EAI Educat..
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