Who doesn't love edible math? I know my kiddos love whenever I pull out some type of food item that are instantly engaged. My students and I were working through our geometry unit, and I decided to give them a "hands-on" experience when we covered 3-D shapes. After a brief review of what a 3-D shape is, and a fun foldable to help us learn the key vocabulary terms (face, edge, vertices,) we built them!
Then I "set them free" and allowed them to create other 3-D shapes. Here are a few that they made: