Five different intricate tessellating designs. The design is printed on one side and some brief notes about M.E. Escher on the reverse. Each is laminated and supplied in a clear mini-grip bag. \Pack of 5 (each)
The version 2 Mathomat will be available in June 2018, and is a more powerful product - being the same size as the current Mathomat but with many new functions and features built into its design. These include:
The new large regular octagon, and the resized large regular pentagon combine to form a group of regular polygons with 15mm sides to compliment the very popular existing regular polygons with 10mm sides. Students now have more creative freedom in 2-D designs to suit their project style.
The Mathomat V2 manual is a rich source of creative drawing ideas; for classroom or individual student use.
Sometimes students want to fill the whole page with their drawing. At other times its best to leave space for the remainder of a presentation. The Mathomat V2 offers both creative options.
The solution to a senior school trigonometry problem. Finding the hours of the day at which it is safe to cross the harbour bar of a fishing village by boat
The larger sine curve makes a striking improvement to hand drawn sketches. The integrated unit circle allows students to find angle values as distance travelled around its circumfrence before locating them on the x-axis of the graph of that function.Lesson 11 in Maths with Mathomat in the free resources section of this website provides a comprehensive plan for using Mathomat with the unit circle method of teaching trigonometry.
A new 1:2 scale ruler for detailed drawings, especially useful in engineering drawings
Ask students to redraw this section at a scale of 1:2 using their Mathomat V2 template
The many circles on Mathomat have a revised set of graduations to create interesting fractions such sevenths, and ninths, to challenge students to think flexibly about numbers
A new kite, non isosceles trapezium and concave quadrilateral (arrow head) for drawing
The polygons in the Mathomat V2 template flow in a clockwise direction in hierarchical order according to shape property. Students are encouraged to consider shape property continuously while working with the new V2 template