Introduces three-dimensional shapes such as the cube, sphere, and cylinder and suggests activities which illustrate the concepts.Herea#39;s a 3-D puzzle that you can make and give to your friends to try. Make three copies of this pattern. Then fold each one to make three 3-D shapes that are all the same. Use tape to hold the edges together. Now that you have your threeanbsp;...
|Publisher||:||Benchmark Books - 1996-09|