Let’s GO! ( Geometry & Origami)

Most certainly, it's difficult for science teachers to continuously make a subject, such as geometry interesting for their pupils. Many students, especially lower secondary school pupils find mathematics boring. The art of paper folding origami can be great way to have funny lessons. Although the relationship between geometry and origami is well kn...

Project Journal

  • I just received this award very important for me, for us; It is the result of our work.
    Thanks to all students and project partners, who made this award possible
    Best regards,

    1st National eTwinning Prize.jpg

    - Posted by Mihaela Git, 21.12.2016

  • Hello my project mates. I've been uploading and updating all the lesson templates of the activities I've worked for this project. Moreover I've published a couple of entries on the blog in order to show you the photos I've been taken while doing the activities.
    It's been a pleasure for me to work with you and learn from you!
    I hope we can work alongside in the future. Have a nice holidays!
    - Posted by Sergio Arroyo Garrido, 28.06.2016

  • Hello colleagues, we have little time the end of the school term, enjoy your solid geometry figures in your maths lessons!
    - Posted by Tayfun Acar, 13.05.2016

  • We have received origami flowers from our Romaian friends.
    They did a wonderfull suprise for us.
    They sent us origami flowers which are made by them, for happy spring!
    Thank you friends, They are awosome!
    Happy spring all of us!
    - Posted by Tayfun Acar, 11.04.2016

  • Hello everyone! Do you know how many times would you have to fold a piece of paper to reach the moon? Well, if you don't, watch the video and you will have the answer! http://letsgeometryorigami.blogspot.com/2016/01/how-many-times-would-you-have-to-fold.html
    - Posted by Angelos Konstantinidis, 16.01.2016