When we last visited the Science Centre one of the staff taught us a little story to help us solve the Soma Cube.
I’ll share it with you.
The Soma Cube has seven differently shaped pieces.
To start you must isolate the Mummy, Daddy and Baby blocks – they are the three pieces made up of four cubes that are in a corner shape with a bit sticking up in the air for their head of course.
Two of these pieces, the Mummy and Daddy, will fit together nicely on the couch with a space in between for Baby to sit.
Mummy and Daddy are sitting in front of the tv
watching something God honouring and educational of course.
Baby sees everyone watching the tv
and decides to join them,
snuggling up between Mummy and Daddy.
Part the way through the program they hear a noise up the stairs
so they go upstairs
and peek around the corner.
And what do they see around the corner?
A brush-tail possum
with his long furry tail.
This completes the Soma Cube family adventure.
Try it out yourself.
If you don’t have a Soma Cube you could make one.
Here are two links with great ideas for how to make a Soma Cube: