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There’s about a hundred different ways you could use the following artifacts to construct a lesson around **Pythagorean’s Theorem**. So I’ll just toss out all the artifacts and let you, esteemed teacher, **take it from there**. I’d love to get feedback and suggestions on how to implement these materials in the comments below.

**Artifacts**

Use any combination of the following.

This video from This Old House in which two small girls assist with the construction of a pint-sized soccer net: How to Build a Soccer Goal | Video | Family Projects | This Old House.

The screen shot of the girl holding up one of the 5 most beautiful right triangles I have ever seen. (note: before math geeks go berserk, I *know* it’s *technically* not a right triangle with the extra bit off to the side, but still.)