#### CUBE

• Lesson Aims
• Pupils will learn the perimeter and area dimensions of squares and rectangles.
• Pupils will learn about the construction of a cube.
• Pupils will learn about the area of the envelope of a cube.
• Name of Model
• Cube

• Lesson Structure
• According to the curriculum.​

• Lesson Content
• Pupils study the components of a cube, perimeter and area measurements of the components.

• Materials
• Square grid paper 12×12 cm and cellotape.

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#### Lines of symmetry in quadrilaterals

• Lesson Aims
• To identify a line of reflective symmetry.
• To find a line of symmetry in a Quadrilaterals.
• Students will create shapes in mirroring by paper folding activity
• Model Name
• A child and puppy

• Lesson content
• In this lesson, pupils will investigate the symmetry lines in Quadrilaterals during the process of the folding the model

• Prior knowledge
• symmetry lines, polygon

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#### MEASUREMENT-DIRECT COMPARISON AND NON-STANDARD UNITS 1/3

• Lesson Aims
• Pupils will investigate measurement by direct comparison and by non-standard units.
• Pupils will compare lengths of a certain object.
• Pupils use the measurement tool as a non-standrad unit for measuring lengths.
• Name of Model
• A finger snake

• Lesson Structure
• According to curriculum.

• Materials
• Origami sheets 15cm x15 cm

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#### COMPARISON OF POLYGON AREAS-AREA MEASUREMENT UNIT 2/3

• Lesson Aims
• The concept of a unit for measuring area.
• Measuring various objects with different units of measurement.
• Comparison of shape areas using a non-standard unit.
• Name of Model
• There is no special model but the units of area (squares) should be kept in a folder.

• Lesson Structure
• The lesson of comparison of areas 1/3 should precede this lesson.

• Lesson Content
• Understanding the concept of a unit for area measurement and comparison of area size using the same unit.

• Materials
• Three origami sheets 15cm x 15 cm.

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#### COMPARISON OF POLYGON AREAS 3/3

• Lesson Aims
• Recognition of the concept area by direct comparison of shapes.
• Comparison of area size by congruency and decomposition of shapes.
• Comparison of areas using a basic shape.
• Decomposing shapes in order to find areas of composite shapes.
• Name of Model
• Bookmark

• Lesson Structure
• According to curriculum

• Lesson Content
• Composing new polygons from a basic triangle shape and comparing areas in relation to the area of the basic triangle shape.

• Materials
• 3 Origami sheets 15 cm x 15 cm.

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#### CALCULATING THE PERIMETER AND AREA OF A RECTANGLE.

• Lesson Aims
• The pupil will recognize length and area units.The pupil will calculate area measurement of a rectangle as multiplication of the length of a row multiplied by the number of rows.
• The pupil will discover that equal areas of  rectangles does not always mean equal perimeters.
• Name of Model
• A puppy on the fence.

• Lesson Content
• Folding square grid paper and investigating perimeters and areas of various rectangles.

• Materials
• Two sheets of squared grid  origami paper 12cm x 12 cm.

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#### A quadrilateral FLAG for SIMCHAT TORAH

• Lesson Aims
• While constructing the flag the pupils will relate to quadrilaterals.

• Name of Model
• A Simchat Torah flag.

• Designer
• Paul Jackson

• Lesson Content
• Pupils will relate to the concept of congruence.

• Prior Knowledge