CCSS

These are the resources that support this Common Core Standard.

6.G.A.4

There are 19 resources.
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VIDEO: 3D Geometry Animation: Antiprism

This animated sequence showsan antiprism from top to bottom.

VIDEO: 3D Geometry Animation: Antiprism Folding Out into Two Pyramids

This animated sequence shows an antiprism unfolding into two pyramids.

VIDEO: 3D Geometry Animation: Cone

This animated sequence shows a cone from top to bottom.

VIDEO: 3D Geometry Animation: Cube

This animated sequence shows a cube from top to bottom.

VIDEO: 3D Geometry Animation: Cylinder

This animated sequence shows a cylinder from top to bottom.

VIDEO: 3D Geometry Animation: Octahedron

This animated sequence shows an octahedron from top to bottom.

VIDEO: 3D Geometry Animation: Pyramid

This animated sequence shows a pyramid from top to bottom.

VIDEO: 3D Geometry Animation: Rectangular Prism

This animated sequence shows a rectangular prism from top to bottom.

VIDEO: 3D Geometry Animation: Tetrahedron

This animated sequence shows a tetrahedron from top to bottom.

VIDEO: 3D Geometry Animation: Triangular Prism

This animated sequence shows a triangular prism from top to bottom.

Google Earth Voyager Story: Architectural Prisms, Part 1

In this Google Earth Voyager story visit architectural landmarks in New York City to learn about the geometry of prisms. In this lesson, visit the Flatiron Building and learn about triangular prisms. Then build a scale model of the Flatiron Building.

To the see Google Earth content that accompanies this lesson click on this link (best viewed in Chrome).

Note: The download is the teacher's guide.

To see the complete collection of Google Voyager Stories, click on this link

Google Earth Voyager Story: Architectural Prisms, Part 2

In this Google Earth Voyager story visit architectural landmarks in New York City to learn about the geometry of prisms. In this lesson, visit the 432 Park Avenue to learn about rectangular prisms. Then build a scale model of this building.

To the see Google Earth content that accompanies this lesson click on this link (best viewed in Chrome).

Note: The download is the teacher's guide.

To see the complete collection of Google Voyager Stories, click on this link

Google Earth Voyager Story: Architectural Prisms, Part 3

In this Google Earth Voyager story visit architectural landmarks in New York City to learn about the geometry of prisms. In this lesson, visit the Freedom Tower in Lower Manhattan and learn about antiprisms. Then build a scale model of the Freedom Tower.

To the see Google Earth content that accompanies this lesson click on this link (best viewed in Chrome).

Note: The download is the teacher's guide.

To see the complete collection of Google Voyager Stories, click on this link

Google Earth Voyager Story: The Mathematics of Pyramids, Part 2

In this Google Earth Voyager story visit pyramids around the world and learn about the geometry of pyramids. In this lesson, visit two Mayan pyramids and learn about sequences and series, as well as using what you've learned about the geometry of pyramids and other three-dimensional figures.

To the see Google Earth content that accompanies this lesson click on this link (best viewed in Chrome).

Note: The download is the teacher's guide.

To see the complete collection of Google Voyager Stories, click on this link

Math Clip Art--Net for a Cube

Net for a cube. Note: The download is a JPG file.

Math Clip Art--Net for a Pyramid

Net for a pyramid. Note: The download is a JPG file.

Math Clip Art--Net for a Rectangular Prism

Net for a rectangular prism. Note: The download is a JPG file.

Math Clip Art--Net for a Triangular Prism

Net for a triangular prism. Note: The download is a JPG file.

Math in the News: Issue 87--The Wonders of 3D Printing

January 2014. In this issue of Math in the News we look at 3D printing technology. In particular, we look at Nike's recent unveiling of a new running shoe developed using 3D printing. Mathematically, we look at recursive functions, since the 3D printing technology was used for rapid, iterative prototyping of the new shoe. We look at an example of a recursive function, using the Babylonian method to calculate the square root of a number. Note: The download is a PPT file.

To see all the issues of Math in the News, click on this link.