Isometric Drawing

challengeOne of my Year 6 groups tried some Isometric Drawing for the first time today. It’s perfectly possible for people to get hopelessly confused the first time they try this, but they all listened carefully, started simple (drawing one cube, then two) but it didn’t take long before they were digging into the box of Cuisinnaire Rode and setting themselves some really tough challenges. The most extreme one was this, six “ten” rods, piled up. Groans ensued and most of them decided it was impossible. However, some of them stuck at it and their drawings were brilliant!

 

 

 

 

Insometric drawing fourth answer Insometric drawing first answer Insometric drawing second answer

I noticed a couple of them had abandoned their pre-printed paper and were busy drawing soomething of their own on the class whiteboard:

Isometric drawing second challenge

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