Friday, June 6, 2014

Tracey's Amazing Park

Recently, our students have been designing parks for their maths learning and home links. They also had a go at working out the perimeter, area and volume of parts of the park. Many of the students created physical or digital models of their parks. Here is Tracey's outstanding example. She has even worked out the volume of her toilets.

Look at Tracey's 3D model and her measurements!

Here are some other fantastic parks on our student blogs:

11 comments:

  1. This is incredible! You are so clever to work out all those different measurements. I'm glad your park has toilets...very important. Thank you for sharing wonderful thinking and creating.

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  2. I love your park Tracey It looks real keep up the great work

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  3. COOL PARKS EVER BODY!!! Was it hared to build.

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  4. What if you slide into the roof?

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  5. Wow that is a great park and its 3D

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  6. Awesome park Tracey especially the rice grass.

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  7. I love your park Tracey. Very creative! You have used the scale of things well to show the perimeter, area and volume. I'm very impressed.

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  8. Wow Tracey. Your park looks amazing and you must have put a lot of work into creating it and working out all the measurements. Great job!

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  9. Cool park Tracey it is one of the best

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  10. Awesome park Tracey! and Great measurements

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