Novotalitskaya school

Novotalickaya schoolUnder the guidance of Tatyana Yurievna Timofeyeva, a teacher of mathematics, the guys worked on the project “The Wonderful World of Polyhedra”. We made our own sweeps and used the sweeps from the "Magic Edges" sets.


Stellated polyhedron

Stellated polyhedron -  Scar Tatyana, student 11a class


Icosahedron - Filatov Danila, a student of grade 8b

Stellated polyhedron

Stellated polyhedron - Dmitry Nazarov, a student of grade 11a

Small cubicuboctahedron

Small cubicuboctahedron -  of Kuznetsov Alexey, pupil of grade 8b

Small stellated dodecahedron

Small stellated dodecahedron -  of Kapninsky Vladislav, a pupil of grade 11a


cross section pyramid

The truncated hexagonal pyramid of Kozyrev Artem, a pupil of grade 11a

Small icosicosidodecahedron

Small icosicosidodecahedron (polyhedron made by students of the 11th class)

Compound of five tetrahedra

Compound of five tetrahedra (polyhedron made by students of the 11th class)

Great dodecahedron

Great dodecahedron - Timofeev Peter, a student of class 6g

Octahedron and regular pentagonal prism

Octahedron and regular pentagonal prism of Berezkin Darya, student of grade 6g

Truncated icosahedron

Truncated icosahedron - Pospelova Victoria, student of grade 8b


Icosahedron - RybkinaArtema, student 8b class

Small icosihemidodecahedron

Small icosihemidodecahedron -  Timofeev Peter, pupil of grade 6g

Compound of cube and octahedron

Compound of cube and octahedron - Melnikova Ekaterina, student of grade 11a

Compound of two tetrahedra

Compound of two tetrahedra - Dobrovinskaya Irina

We thank all the students of Novotalitskaya Secondary School, Ivanovo District, Ivanovo Region and their teacher Timofeeva Tatyana Yuryevna!

©  31/12/2015


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