As **UNHCO** was browsing in Pinterest, **UNHCO** came across a collection of interesting math projects and displays. Teachers can assign these projects as culminating activity for each major lesson. Teachers can also find this useful in decorating their bulletin boards. Math enthusiasts can also work on these projects to further enhance their mathematical knowledge.

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**1. Working 4 the Classroom**

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**2. Figure Me Out.**

Getting know activity using the numbers that are significant to your students’ life. Click the image below to go to the blog for other examples.

**3. Paper Sculptures**

Make interesting figures using only paper, scissors, and glue. Click the image below to learn how to form paper sculptures such as this.

*Problem Solving Strategies*

1. Guess and test.

2. Draw a picture.

3. Use a variable.

4. Look for a pattern.

5. Make a list.

6. Solve a simpler problem.

7. Draw a diagram.

8. Use direct reasoning.

9. Use indirect reasoning.

10. Use properties of numbers.

11. Solve an equivalent problem.

12. Work backward.

13. Use cases.

14. Solve an equation.

15. Look for a formula.

16. Do a simulation.

17. Use a model.

18. Use dimensional analysis.

19. Identify subgoals.

20. Use coordinates.

21. Use symmetry.