Toying with the Rubix Cube in classroom lessons

11/6/2011 | KQED.org

Teachers who want to include the Rubix Cube toy in classroom lessons can access lesson plans and activities tied to state standards on the website YouCanDoTheCube.com. On the site, the cube -- believed to help develop problem-solving and spatial thinking skills -- is used in math lessons, helping students visualize fractions, geometry and algebra problems. In another activity, the cube is used to help create mosaics.

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