In this math learning exercise, students draw specified shapes on isometric dot paper. They draw two cuboidal shapes of given sizes, and two boxes of given volume.
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New Review Problem Solving Plan, Mental Math: The Perfect Lemonade 2
Drink in this resource. Young problem solvers investigate a different way of looking at the problem of filling four liters of water from a three-liter cylinder and a five-liter cylinder. Isometric grids help with this understanding.
7th - 10th Math
But 3D looks 2D! (Drawing 3-dimensional figures)
Students create three dimensional shapes by observing two dimensional shapes. In this geometry lesson, students create a castle in three dimensional form. They work in groups to observe different shape and design of art work and then...
9th - 10th Math