# Binomial Cube

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Binomial Cube
Sensorial - Visual Discrimination of Form
Level Primary
Age 3 +
Prerequisites Pink Tower
Materials Binomial Cube

In this activity the child assembles a three-dimensional puzzle made up of 8 wooden blocks. This puzzle is the physical representation of the binomial formula: (a+b)3. This activity prepares the child to use the Trinomial Cube. It also indirectly prepares the child to learn Algebra later on.

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### Video

Teacher training lecture on the Binomial Cube.

## Variations and Extensions

TED Talk on the Binomial Cube used at different levels.

## Material

Albanesi \$100.00
Alison's \$39.99
Bruins \$75.00
Bruins \$56.00 (unpainted wood)
Cabdev \$91.00
Caliber \$22.99
Creative Learning \$29.95
E & O \$109.00
Grandpas \$20.00
Hello Wood \$99.00
Juliana Group \$96.60
Montessori Land \$34.00
Montessori Outlet \$17.95
Nienhuis \$101.50
Thinkamajigs \$27.95
Meroco Montessori \$20.5 (Binomial Cube)