Polygon climb

Children's playground in a suburban park setting. In the foreground is a metal rope climbing frame where the ropes join to make shapes such as hexagons, quadrilaterals and pentagons. In thre background is a type of monkey bars made of a series of orange circles in a row.


What shapes can you see in the picture?

What are the different polygons that are formed by the climbing ropes?

High might you classify the different polygons?

How many quadrilaterals can you see?

How many pentagons can you see?

How many hexagons can you see?

Does the climbing frame have a line of symmetry?

What different types of angles can you identify in the playground?

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