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The Picture Cube

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**To draw the nets of a cube to create cubes using paper and card**

The Picture Cube An investigation: To draw the nets of a cube to create cubes using paper and card

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The Hexominoes There are 11 of the Hexominoes that are also the nets of a cube. Try to find them

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The nets of a cube

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**Make a cube so that the opposite sides are the same colour**

The Picture Cube Make a cube so that the opposite sides are the same colour

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The nets of a cube Make a cube so that the opposite sides are the same colour. Draw them in, a volunteer please.. Draw 6 nets of a cube in your book. Colour them so that opposite sides are the same colour.

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The nets of a cube Draw 6 nets of a cube from these

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**The Picture Cube Make a cube that has numbers like a dice.**

What do opposite sides of a dice add up to?

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**The nets of a cube Make a cube that has numbers on like a dice.**

Draw them in, a volunteer please.. Draw 6 nets of a cube in your book. Put in the numbers 1 to 6 to make a dice.

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The nets of a cube Draw 6 nets of a cube from these

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The Picture Cube Make a Picture Cube.

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**Draw them in, a volunteer please..**

The nets of a cube Make a Picture Cube. Draw them in, a volunteer please.. Draw 6 nets of a cube in your book. Draw the sky, the grass and four trees to make a picture cube

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The nets of a cube Draw 6 nets of a cube from these

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Making cubes When your teacher has checked your work you can then start to draw the nets on card! Draw the net on card. You must draw each square at least 4cm by 4cm. Make the cube of opposite faces the same colour, or the dice cube or the picture cube. Remember………………

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**To make sure that you always have a flap in the correct position:**

Go round the perimeter of the shape and DON’T FLAP You can start anywhere. This works with ANY NET! Don’t Flap Flap Flap Don’t Don’t Don’t Flap Don’t Don’t Flap Flap Flap DON’T FLAP! Don’t

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The Picture Cube Make your Cubes!

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