Teaches relationship between number of sides of a polygon and the angle turned.
When I opened the project, it started out showing the final page, and I had to click back through the pages one by one to get to the start. Also, some of the pages were not in their "pristine" form. It seems as if the project might have been "played through" and then resaved with the play-through changes in place.
Not being a teacher, my first reaction when I saw the project was to ask myself: What is the purpose of giving the children a finished project?
When trying to reproduce the proposed shape, I immediately became completely involved in the process.
When I finished and looked back, I realized I had to do a lot of thinking to get there.
Very good project, very good concept on how to put the minds of the children to work.
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