Math art lessons
Discover Pinterest’s 10 best ideas and inspiration for Math art lessons. Get inspired and try out new things.
Cool fibonacci art project for exploring the intersection between math and art, and the golden spiral. #mathart #artproject
The best ideas that combine math and art~ Check out this mega list of math art projects for kids! These hands-on activities will make any lesson fun!
Teach Beside Me saved to Math Art
Combining math with art can be so much fun! Today I want to show you some geometric math art with circles that we did this past week. We made flowers using math. To do this
Patricia Lane saved to Geometry
A round up of over 15 great STEAM projects – where math concepts are used to make pieces of art!
yolanda canales saved to math projects
Cross-curricular connections are a phenomenal way to help our students develop deeper knowledge. Real life isn’t compartmentalized into just math, just reading, just science, or just art. It’s an
Pam Boulanger saved to Awesome new toys
Math and Art are no strangers, as these Math Art Activities for Kids show! Be ready to be mesmerized by how even Math can look gorgeous!
Diane Mathieu saved to Math with kids
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Debbie Hawkins saved to kid kicks
Math crafts are fun! Add art and crafts to your math lessons to make them more fun! Download a FREE math craft project. #mathcraft #firstgrademathactivities
Middle School students will dive right into this awesome lesson that focuses on the principle of perspective while designing a 3D looking aquarium.
Wow!!! Third, Fourth and Fifth graders have been working very hard on this Fraction Art lesson which combines math and art. They started with a set number of circles, divided the circles into 1/2s 1/4s 1/8s and 1/16s, and then created a symmetrical collage using ALL of the fraction pieces.
Jenny Davis saved to 4th Grade Art