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Adventures On Paper

Adventures On Paper
Edited by Kristóf Fenyvesi, Ilona Oláhné Téglási and Ibolya Prokajné; Szilá;gyi

This book presents hands-on materials and detailed methodological descriptions for the realization of almost forty interactive math-art workshops in the classroom. It covers wide range tasks of entertaining mathematics including puzzles, origami, tesselations, fractals and impossible figures.

The book contains a chapter by Tamas Farkas, in which he explains principles of impossible figures with numerous examples. Also, the chapter contains instructions and isometric grids to involve the reader to create his own impossible figures.

The book will be useful for teachers who want to enliven math lessons by including some practical activities.

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