In this post we gave detailed instruction on making of algebraic formulas working model – maths working model – tlm – diy
Creating an algebraic formulas working model as a fun wheel using cardboard and color paper can be an exciting way to visualize and explore various algebraic expressions.
Let’s build a simple and interactive model that represents different algebraic formulas on a rotating wheel.
- Cardboard (for the base and wheel)
- Color paper (for representing different algebraic formulas)
- Brads or pins (for the rotating mechanism)
- Marker pens or sketch pens
- Cut a large circular piece of cardboard to serve as the base of the model.
- Cut another smaller circle from cardboard to create the wheel for the fun wheel model.
- Attach the wheel to the center of the base using a brad or pin, allowing it to rotate freely.
- Algebraic Formulas:
- Write different algebraic formulas on small squares or circles cut from color paper.
- For example, you can represent formulas like “a + b,” “a – b,” “a^2,” “2a + 3b,” etc.
- Placement on the Wheel:
- Arrange the squares or circles representing algebraic formulas around the circumference of the wheel.
- Attach them to the wheel using brads or pins, so they can rotate along with the wheel.
- Arrow Pointer:
- Cut a small arrow-shaped piece from cardboard or color paper to serve as the pointer.
- Attach the arrow to the base, pointing towards the rotating wheel.
- Labeling and Details:
- Use marker pens or sketch pens to label the arrow pointer with instructions such as “Spin the wheel” or “Rotate the wheel.”
- Add a brief explanation of each algebraic formula next to its representation on the wheel.
- Decorating the Model:
- Use markers or color paper to decorate the model and make it visually appealing.
Now, you have an algebraic formulas working model as a fun wheel using cardboard and color paper. This interactive model allows you to spin the wheel and randomly select different algebraic formulas to explore.
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