1 Folding Geometric Shapes A hands-on resource to help children visualise the key differences between 2D and 3D shapes. Covering geometry, measurement and problem solving, illustrating key areas like symmetry, perimeter, volume and surface area. Easy to fold, plastic nets that fi t into the 8 clear geometric forms. Set includes cylinder, square pyramid, cube, rectangular prism, cone, hexagonal prism, triangular pyramid and triangular prism. Size: H8cm. Suitable for KS1 upwards.
035-MFGS SET OF 11 £ 34 .45
2 Wooden Shapes Pack This pack demonstrates to pupils that all shapes don’t have equal sides or have to be symmetrical. Contains both regular and irregular shapes. Includes 10 of each shape in 10 different colours, 40 in total. Size: approx. 5cm2
. Suitable for KS1 £ 27 .95 Why not get pupils to fi ll the shapes with liquid to show volume? 2 40 PACK 3
3 Pentominoes Shape Pack Develop concepts of logic, area and space with this 60 piece set in fi ve different colours. Ideal for group work: explain that there are 12 possible pentominoes, or 12 possible shapes that can be created by combining fi ve squares... can they fi nd them all? Stored in a handy tub. Suitable for KS2 upwards.
035-MA00607 £ 18 .49 60 PACK
Contains both regular and irregular wooden shapes 816