# Cube Puzzle - Lesson Plan

- Author:
- Eva Bauer-Öppinger, GeoGebra Team, Eva Ulbrich

- Topic:
- Cube

## Short overview

- Topic: 3D tessellation, dissecting cubes
- Grade, subject: 7th/8th grade (12 years old)
- Duration:
- Material for students: Link to GeoGebra app, other ressources eg. worksheets
- Additional materials: (add this only if additional material is needed eg. 3D printed materials, laptops, 3D printer...)

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## Step 1 (time in minutes): 2D tessellation

Every student gets three square sheet of paper (post-it) an should cut each into 2/3/4 equal pieces.
(find GeoGebra Applet)

## Step 2 (time in minutes)

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