A tool for the kinesthetic learner in pursuit of memorizing Jabberwocky. The scholar decorates the sides of the cube in various directions, fonts, styles, colors, etc., surrounding the correct text of one stanza for each side. Having made sure it's accurate, the scholar cuts out the box along the pattern, folds along the lines and tapes/glues at the tabs.
In their fingers is, then, a cube with each stanza represented (and the seventh repeated on the first side. Clever.). As she/he turns the cube in her/his hands, finding the next stanzas, predicting the correct words and finding affirmation or correction, she/he learns the poem.
It's a simple construction, and can be easily cross-tied to mathematics with polygon studies.
by Ken Wolfe
is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivatives 4.0 International License