This Geometry 3D Shapes: Euler's Theorem interactive also includes:
How do you get a theorem named after you? Euler knows what it takes! The third lesson of five asks pupils to use an interactive activity to compare the faces, vertices, and edges of seven different three-dimensional solids. They use their data to look for patterns and develop formulas.
- Have pupils complete the exploration activity and take a picture of their final results to turn in
- If Internet access is an issue, provide a paper copy of the table and project the visuals to complete as a group
- Individuals need laptops with Internet access
- Gives learners a visual reference to help count faces, vertices, and edges
- Provides immediate feedback