|Using These Pages|
As you're reading about dodecahedra, you can click on a bold link to learn more about that topic. If the link is ochre, you'll leave the Dodecahedron Day pages and need to click "Back" on your browser to return. If you'd like to see the page come up in a separate window, use "Help" within your browser to find out how.
When you click on an image on this navigation bar, you'll go to the page about that image.
When you click on a word on this navigation bar, you'll go to the page described by the word.
If you have any problems using these pages, please email me.
For help on bringing dodecahedra into the classroom, visit the "Resources" page. Feel free to email me if you can't find what you're looking for.
And most of all, have fun building dodecahedra!
|© 2004-8 vincent j matsko||vmatsko(at)imsa.edu||illinois mathematics and science academy||last modified Feb 2008|