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Great Stella

2D nets > 3D figures (Math 7) 
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Great Stella allows you to view 3D polyhedra. Hundreds provided (Platonic, Archimedean, KeplerPoinsot & all other uniform polyhedra, Johnson Solids, Stewart toroids, compounds, geodesics, etc.). R...
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Small Stella

2D nets > 3D figures (Math 7) 
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Small Stella is the ideal entrylevel polyhedron program for schools or anyone interested in geometry, with hundreds of polyhedra provided. Print out the nets required to build your own paper model...
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Stella4D

2D nets > 3D figures (Math 7) 
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Stella4D allows you to create and view 3D polyhedra and 4D polytopes. Hundreds provided (Platonic, Archimedean, KeplerPoinsot & all other uniform polyhedra, Johnson Solids, Stewart toroids, compo...
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3D Visualization Activity: St...

2D nets > 3D figures (Math 7) 
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Student handouts for critical thinking activity to accompany National Library of Virtual Manipulatives' Platonic Solids and Platonic Solids: Slicing applets. (view "Tool" links below)
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Exploring Volume with Virtual ...

2D nets > 3D figures (Math 7) 
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This lesson was originally created for grade 5 math students in my building, but it is very suitable for grades 68. The lesson guides students to explore an applet by NCTM Illuminations. In the lesso...
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3D Visualization Activity: Te...

2D nets > 3D figures (Math 7) 
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Teacher notes for critical thinking activity to accompany National Library of Virtual Manipulatives' Platonic Solids and Platonic Solids: Slicing applets. (view "Tool" links below) Includes differenti...
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Poly

2D nets > 3D figures (Math 7) 
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Poly is a shareware program for exploring and constructing polyhedra. With Poly, you can manipulate polyhedral solids on the computer in a variety of ways. Flattened versions (nets) of polyhedra may b...
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A Plethora of Polyhedra

2D nets > 3D figures (Math 7) 
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This is a free JAVA applet that helps users to study spatial geometry in a dynamic and interactive way. Using it, the user can rotate, zoom out, zoom in and translate a plethora of polyhedra. Moreover...
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Cutouts, Nets

2D nets > 3D figures (Math 7) 
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Dynamic net for constructing Platonic solids. Slider adjusts from flat to solid; it is interesting to see the shapes materialize from the flat nets.
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Out of the Box

2D nets > 3D figures (Math 7) 
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The Java applet simulates a piece of paper that is 9 inches by 9 inches long. Dragging the slider will show how much of the paper's corners will be cut. Clicking on "Save Values" will save the valu...
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Rectangular Prism Volume

2D nets > 3D figures (Math 7) 
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The classic "box folding problem." This applet demonstrates the calculation of the volume of a rectangular prism. What height gives the largest volume?
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Space Blocks (tPoW version)

2D nets > 3D figures (Math 7) 
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Manipulate the threedimensional blocks to think about what the arrangement looks like from a front, side, and/or back view. Visualize a twodimensional representation in a threedimensional environme...
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How Many Cubes?

2D nets > 3D figures (Math 7) 
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Given the front view and side view of an arrangement of cubes, students are asked for the largest number of cubes that could have been used to make the arrangement, as well as the smallest number poss...
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¿Cuántos Cubos?

2D nets > 3D figures (Math 7) 
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Dado la vista de frente y del lado de unos cubos, se pide que los estudiantes encuentren el número máximo de cubos que se pueden utilizar para hacer el arreglo, y tambien el número mínimo de cubos ...
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