We’ve seen some awesome logic paradoxes before, but let’s examine a few visual paradoxes that would make great mental warm-ups for your class!
Here’s a powerpoint file to share with your class.
1. The Penrose Triangle
2. The Penrose Stairs
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3. The Blivet
The Blivet looks like a crazy ‘E.’
4. The Impossible Cube
The impossible cube.
Image from 4C
5. The Möbius Strip
Photo by Spacemanbob
Standing out from the crowd, Möbius strips are great since kids can actually, and easily, build them. A two dimensional shape with only one side.
Also offers a perfect opportunity to discuss the umlaut!
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