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10 January, 2008

Making Platonic Solids

Dear Students,

Many of you are asking about nets of solids . Here is a link to download them.

If you want to learn about them in an interactive manner. Here is a link .

Information about Platonic Solids is shared on this link.

How to make them? Click on the following link.



Children are very creative. Given an opportunity they try to do amazing work. All students of class IX have made beautiful Platonic Solids . Look the incredible hidden talent!!

3 comments:

Venkat said...

Dear Ms. Kathuria,

Thank you for your comment on my blog.

I just saw your "complete profile" on blogspot and realized that you are maintaining so many websites!! I just have one quick question for you - how do you manage to do it? I mean, how do you take out time to coordinate with students/ other teachers, make slide shows etc. and post them on your blogs? Please please let me know.

I just graduated with my MBA degree and trust me Ms. Kathuria, I now realize how important (perhaps the most important!) mathematics is. It is used everywhere, all the times! I wish I knew that when I was a school going kid.

I am sure kids today dont realize how helpful math is,but your efforts in making these simple and easy slideshows would prepare today's kids for tomorrow. Some of them may not be so thankful to you today (you know, the ones who hate math!), but they will thank you 5, 10, 15 years from now :).

I am a programmer too. Please let me know if you want me to prepare any kind of a web page (probably with math concepts) for you. This is the least I can do for you.

Thank you very much for whatever you are doing for all the kids out there. Your help and efforts are greatly appreciated!

Regards,

Venkat Rao
(graduated from high school in 1998, when we didn't even know what Internet is!! :))

murcha said...

Love the work you are doing in maths with the emerging technologies. Your students are so fortunate to have such a hard working teacher to give them so much exciting learning activities. Thank you for visiting me both on classroom2.0 and sharing with me on Twitter

Venkat said...

Sounds very good, Ms. Kathuria. I will definitely pass on the message.

Also, I just have one quick question for you. Is it okay if I add a link to your blog on mine? I just want all the visitors on my blog to reach and read yours too :).

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