In this article post we have given the video instruction on how to make the polygon working model (maths TLM model ) for science exhibition

Creating a polygon working model using cardboard is a great way to understand the properties and characteristics of different polygons.

Here’s a step-by-step guide to making the model:

Materials you will need:

Cardboard (for the base and polygons)

Ruler

Pencil

Scissors

Glue or adhesive

Color paper (optional, for decorating)

Step-by-step instructions:

Prepare the circular base:

Take a piece of cardboard to serve as the base for your polygon model. The size of the base will depend on the size and number of polygons you want to include.

Decide on the polygons:

Determine which polygons you want to include in your model. You can choose from various polygons such as triangles, quadrilaterals, pentagons, hexagons, etc.

Draw and cut out the polygons:

Use a ruler and pencil to draw the outlines of each polygon on the cardboard.

Carefully cut out each polygon using scissors.

Decorate the polygons:

If you have color paper available, you can glue it onto the cardboard polygons to make them more visually appealing.

Arrange the polygons on the base:

Glue the polygons onto the cardboard base, arranging them in rows or columns.

Label the polygons:

Use markers or pens to label each polygon with its name (e.g., triangle, square, pentagon, hexagon).

Add details:

You can use markers or pens to add details to the polygons, such as the number of sides and angles for each shape.

Demonstrate the model:

Use the model to identify and discuss the properties of each polygon.

Discuss the number of sides, angles, and the sum of interior angles for each polygon.

This model provides a visual representation of different polygons and their properties. It’s a fun and educational project to understand the characteristics of various polygons and their significance in geometry.