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Learning outcomes ALL MUST be able to MOST SHOULD be able to SOME COULD
Octagon LOOPS! This is an octagon loop… Use your tiles to make this loop.
Octagon LOOP – the rules! Edges must touch like this… NOT like this… or this…
Octagon LOOP – the rules! Each tile must touch two others like this….. NOT like this…
Octagon LOOPS! Use up to 10 tiles. Make different Octagon loops. Display your patterns clearly.
Octagon LOOPS! Investigation. This pattern uses 6 tiles. It has 10 free edges on the inside. It has 26 free edges on the outside. 26 outside edges 10 inside edges
Octagon LOOPS! Investigation. Count the edges on all your patterns Record all your results in a table. 26 outside edges 10 inside edges
Learning outcomes ALL MUST be able to find at least 5 octagon loops (level 3 – 4) MOST SHOULD begin to find simple relationships from their patterns (level.
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