Maths is around us. It's time to start the last task! You are all invited to look for Maths around us. Maths is in our houses, in towns, in Nature and in Art. Take your photos to show us where it is hidden and publish them in a nice format!

Nice task! I suggest we choose a team topic: shapes, or patterns, or symmetry and work on it. We can give students some concepts on the topic or they can search for them. What do you think?

Yes, we could choose a team topic, so students can concentrate better on the topic. Here are some: tessellations, geometrical figures, simmetries, fractals. What do you think?

Yes we could choose a team topic, so students can concentrate better on the topic. Here are some: tessellations, geometrical figures, simmetries, fractals. What do you think?

We could choose a team topic, so students can concentrate better on the topic. Here are some: tessellations, geometrical figures, simmetries, fractals. What do you think?

Thank you Maria Teresa. Shall we give students any instruction about Maths concepts, geometry? Or just the photos.

ReplyDeleteA nice photo.

Nice task!

ReplyDeleteI suggest we choose a team topic: shapes, or patterns, or symmetry and work on it. We can give students some concepts on the topic or they can search for them. What do you think?

Yes, we could choose a team topic, so students can concentrate better on the topic. Here are some: tessellations, geometrical figures, simmetries, fractals. What do you think?

ReplyDeleteYes we could choose a team topic, so students can concentrate better on the topic. Here are some: tessellations, geometrical figures, simmetries, fractals. What do you think?

ReplyDeleteWe could choose a team topic, so students can concentrate better on the topic. Here are some: tessellations, geometrical figures, simmetries, fractals. What do you think?

ReplyDeleteSure, we chose symmetry.

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