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In this activity (on pages 41-47 of PDF), learners explore tesselating geometric patterns (repeated shapes, similar to the art of M.C. Escher).
In this tabletop activity (on pages 32-40), learners make Möbius strips -- 3D surfaces with only one side.
This lesson (on pages 46-55 of PDF) features two strategy board games -- one from Ghana and one from China. The first game, Achi, is a cross between checkers and tic-tac-toe.
The popular sudoku puzzles use numbers, but the game could played with any set of 9 different objects!
In this classic memory game (on pages 37-45 of PDF), learners turn over tiles to reveal images on the back.
In this activity (on pages 49-54 of PDF), learners play with tangrams, a set of triangles, squares and a parallelogram that can combine into a larger square as well as all sorts of other shapes.
This activity (on pages 21-32 of PDF) has learners act out several classic brain teasers.
In this set of outdoor games, learners increase their awareness of the outdoor environment by going on a scavenger hunt and an out-of-place hunt.
In this activity (on pages 55-66 of PDF), learners fold paper into origami shapes and then combine several identical shapes into a three-dimensional structure.
Did you know that a bullfrog can jump a distance of 10 times its body length? Learn more about nature's most acrobatic amphibian, the frog, through this set of short, hands-on activities.