Monday, October 14, 2013

Investigating hexagons

We have been making hexagons using geostrips.  Whilst a regular hexagon can be changed in size and can be inverted, we found that irregular hexagons are much more interesting! 

Have a look...

The photo above shows an example of an inverted hexagon (its sides have been pushed inwards).

Here we are concentrating on finding out more about irregular hexagons:



  1. I really liked to do the hexagons because we can do lots of shapes.

    from Matias

  2. It was fun... Something similar tomorrow!!!

  3. This looks great! I'm looking forward to using the geostrips with my class too!