This collection of worksheets accompanies an end-of-unit project of making a tetrahedron kite out of straws, string and tissue paper. Instructions for the completion of the kite can be found online. These worksheets encourage mindful construction of the kite, reviewing unit concepts such as measurement of length, area and volume. It also investigates the many algebraic patterns associated with a tetrahedron kite. There is also a worksheet focused on vocabulary and review.
This collection of worksheets is best suited to middle school math students completing an introductory unit on measurement and geometry.
After making the kites and doing the worksheets, it is also recommended that students wrap up the unit with posterboard presentations on topics such as kite history, materials, definitions and patterns in the kite.