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7 Piece DIY Pythagorean Theorem Puzzle Kit - Wooden

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$19.99
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SKU GP00004
  • EXPLORE THE PYTHAGOREAN THEOREM || This kit has been designed to enable an engaging back and forth for almost every level of child. Activities include basic exploration of shapes and similarity for young learners, exploring the central puzzle of the Pythagorean theorem and working out algebraic proofs for elementary and middle school students and exploring units of measure for high school students
  • STEM LEARNING || Introduces and demonstrates real world STEM concepts. Allows students of all ages to explore and visualize this fundamental mathematical formula, understand area and algebraic proofs
  • WHAT'S IN THE BOX? || Kit includes 7 puzzle pieces made of pine, cardboard storage box and instructions for assembly and experimental activities, organized by learning level
  • ENGAGING & FUN || An excellent activity for classrooms and at home. Each kit engages learners to discover new ideas about the physical world through assembly and play

The Eisco Garage Physics line is aimed at students interested in STEM concepts included physics and engineering. Each kit engages learners to discover new ideas about the physical world through assembly and play.
We’ve designed this kit to enable an engaging back and forth for almost every level of child. Young children can use the kit to explore basic shapes and similarity. Elementary school children can engage in solving the central puzzle of the Pythagorean theorem - forming squares that represent the squares of the hypotenuse and shorter sides. Middle school students can use the puzzle to work out three algebraic proofs of the Pythagorean theorem, including the proof put forward by President James A. Garfield. High school students can use the kit to explore units of measure and reason out Einstein’s proof of the Pythagorean theorem.
Kit includes 7 puzzle pieces made of pine, cardboard storage box and instructions for assembly and experimental activities, organized by learning level.



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