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An Endless Story

Share on facebook Facebook Share on twitter Twitter Do stories repeat?  They most certainly do on a Möbius strip!  The Möbius strip, or Möbius band, is named after August Ferdinand Möbius, a 19th century German mathematician and astronomer who was a pioneer in the field of topology. (The strip was also discovered independently at around …

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Remainder Patches!

Share on facebook Facebook Share on twitter Twitter This fun activity, suggested for Grades 2 – 6,  has students visually discover why some division problems end up with remainders and some do not by filling paper “quilts” with paper “patches.”  Win the game with the most leftover “remainder patches”! Quilt Quilt Patches Materials (for each …

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How to Create Our Interlocking Tetrahedra Logo

Share on facebook Facebook Share on twitter Twitter A tetrahedron (plural: tetrahedra or tetrahedrons), also known as a triangular pyramid, is a polyhedron composed of 4 triangular faces, 6 straight edges, and 4 vertex corners (vertices). Our newsletter logo is made of 5 interlocking tetrahedra. Each is shown in a different color and is made from 6 strips of paper …

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