Monday, March 21, 2011

Optical Illusion: To teach Comparison

Dear All,

Attached with this post is a picture of two identical shapes which when placed together, one would look bigger than the other.

You can enlarge and print it out. Use a card stock paper or you can print it out and stick it to a card before cutting out the two shapes.

This illusion can be used to teach the structure: "Which is bigger?"

It can also be used as an icebreaker, warmer, set induction or enrichment after teaching comparisons.


Rodney Tan

P.S. There are clear instructions and explanations printed on the two cards.
Click on the picture to get a bigger picture.
Got these from the Petroscience Centre situated at KLCC (Petronas Twin Tower) in Kuala Lumpur.

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