Leonardo da Vinci

One of the most insightful sentences I have come across for a (science) teacher is, "Take a thing you know and change one thing; its scale, its material and/or its context". Baahubali director S S Rajmouli had internalized that quote quite imaginatively. That was my first impression while watching the 2 parts. In many interviews he shared his childhood fascination for Amar Chitra Katha stories. He did change the scale of movie making, the material (story) was more or less oft-repeated.

Here is an interdisciplinary (Numbers & English spelling) game on creating and breaking number puzzles. Students will develop an appreciation for patterns, understand the basics of number patterns, and have fun using numbers to make and break simple codes.

Make this very simple and easy cantilever construction! No glue, no screws or nails! You need a lot of equally sized wooden sticks. Other alternatives to the wooden sticks is thick carboard paper, tooth picks, dry twigs ...

Check out this interdisciplinary (Numbers & English spelling) presentation on creating number puzzles and games.
Students will develop an appreciation for patterns, understand the basics of number patterns, and have fun using numbers to make and break simple codes.
 
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