- Given a hexagon, and asked to decompose, a child breaks the hexagon into two trapezoids.
- Given a hexagon, and asked to decompose to make a new shape, a child breaks the hexagon into six triangles and makes a new shape with them as suggested with a puzzle.
Help your student become a(n) Simple Decomposer
These activities provide substantial perceptual support, using simple shapes and examples of the parts into which those shapes might be decomposed (by children who might draw a line or cut the shape into parts).
How Did I Make This?
The Shape Transformer [Simple Decomposer]
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