The research was based on the idea that a clear understanding of the relationship between 2D and 3D geometry has proven to be an invaluable aid for future math learning. Currently, learners have little exposure to hands-on methods for understanding these relationships. Textbooks are 2D representations of 3D concepts. This research project is a classroom experience designed around the use of technology for primary school geometry. It is based on the belief that learner build understandings through iterating, learning and doing. They need scaffolding to build upon prior knowledge, to build new understandings and to build physical objects representative of the abstract concepts that they learn. Using technology(Poly) the learner will be able to explore geometric relationships, formalize them and build empirical models.