How to Make Math & Geometry Manipulatives with a Simple Circle!

Make Math & Geometry Manipulatives with a Simple Circle!

Did you know you can create hands-on learning tools with a simple die-cut paper circle? This video shows how to make a manipulative for geometric learning – the circle can be folded in different ways to make an equilateral triangle, a trapezoid, a rhombus or parallelogram, a tetrahedron, an hexagon, and more! You’ll also learn how to turn circles into number family triangles that help students learn with multiplication and division facts. This simple, hands-on exercise will help them to see and retain the relationship between number families, and that’s a real plus!

Products Used:

Ellison SureCut Die - Circle – XL
Ellison SureCut Die - Circle – LG

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