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Math explained in easy language, plus puzzles, games, worksheets and an illustrated Print out The Times Tables and stick them in your exercise book. Everything Maths is not just a Mathematics textbook. Everything Maths PRINTABLE MATH FUN BOARD GAMES AND BRAIN TEASERS BY TERESA EVANS. Math Is Fun book. Read reviews from world's largest community for readers.

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Pi is used for calculations in math and physics, and employed by math artist John Sims to make music, videos, drawings, paintings, quilts, clothing, and stories.

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Sims created and taught a math curriculum for students at the Ringling College of Art and Design in Sarasota, Florida, and has spent much of his career at the intersection of math and creativity. Ferguson was warned at an early age to separate his passion for making things from his love of numbers.

He was a math professor for 17 years at Brigham Young University in Provo, Utah, where he helped develop a new algorithm that finds the relationship between numbers. He refused to choose between math and art and ultimately reconciled the two fields which he never saw as separate in massive granite works shaped into graceful multi-ton toruses —a twisted donut-like shape—and more. His designs highlighting the relationship between negative and positive space are based on mathematical considerations.

For Ferguson, the goal is to engage people physically and intellectually. He delights in the notion of kids climbing his sculptures, getting inside, and bringing them to life through tactile interaction.

Daina Taimina Hyperbolic geometry in craft. Taimina can do all those things, of course. She began exploring math through craft in the s when she was assigned to teach a hyperbolic geometry class at Cornell University in Ithaca, New York.

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As a student, Taimina loathed the topic and hoped never to encounter it again. When she brushed up again to teach it, she realized that abstract concepts could be rendered visually and become much more comprehensible through crochet. She took to demonstrating how curvature works in space by crafting models for students.

Her approach has since spawned a whole math craft movement.


To Taimina this has been amusing: She was warned as a child that she had no artistic talent and should just focus on math for which she had an obvious aptitude. After this discussion, I provided each student with the new blank color circle chart that Dan Finkel has provided which is awesome! Further opportunity for exploration would enhance their learning and understanding of multiplication and division as well as benefit the understanding of fractions.

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A few days later, I taught in a Gr. Here is their thinking: The colors are based on multiples.

So as you double the number the circle has one more part. A productive struggle was going on which I think is critical and awesome. For example, if the top half was orange and the bottom half blue could these colors be reversed?

Something to ponder.

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The teachers of the two classes are going to continue this exploration and download the game so I am excited to hear and hopefully get to see how the learning grows. I found it interesting how many of the upper elementary students chose to color the numbers out of sequence whereas my Grade 3 students worked in sequence. The pictures demonstrate the students' recognition of patterns eg.

As students were coloring I was moving around the class asking questions to see if any conjectures were being formulated. The learning that emerges is deep, meaningful and rich which is of benefit to understanding number. In turn, this deeper understanding of number will strengthen their conceptual understanding of skip counting, multiples, factors, divisibility, and the operations of whole numbers as well as fractional numbers. I recommend that you download this game for your class or for home, to play as a family.

I would love to hear from you and I most definitely know Dan Finkel himself would love to hear any feedback!