Student use geometric shapes to create flower patterns, like florists at a local flower shop.
By: Alexa Basinger, Virginia Cottam, & Keely Dunavin
Students use Geometric Shapes Building Set to construct 2-D and 3-D geometric shapes based on things they see at the Pizza Parlor (a local pizza restaurant).
By: Allie Blake, Rachel Bossong, & Luke Saunders
Students use explore different ways to design and build a playground.
By: Hazel Weatherby & Macey Wolfenbarger
Students find the “fattest” pumpkin using string, scissors, and a ruler. They will also have the chance to find Pi.
By: Maddie Erber, Amanda Hackett, & Katelyn Wright
Children use shapes to build a construction site or other buildings around their school.
By: Emily Dodson, Bri McCurry, & Carrigan Robichaud
Students use their knowledge of perimeter and area to design a new addition to Young Williams Animal Center.
By: Monica Beaumont & Brianna Watkins
Using the Geometric Shapes Building Set, children make a 2D or 3D geometric structure or shape (e.g. square pyramid, cube, triangle, square, pentagonal pyramid, etc.). They then determine how many vertices and edges their structure has.
By: Alison Cochran, Mandy Greene, & Tessa Person