16 January 2020

Math art teaching maths through art and puzzles. Let Kids draw and learn.

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Combining maths with art is a powerful way to encourage children to participate in learning maths. Children who would otherwise be reluctant to do maths,  often are thrilled to find that they can draw as well as do the maths activity.  By combining maths and art we encourage students to  be creative and also the emphasis is not just on maths skills but artist skills as well.  It allows children to be creative and have fun doing maths. Also, why not consider a treasure hunt or dancing. Both of these are wonderful ways to discover and learn maths.

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Consider trying out some of these tips. I am sure the children will enjoy them.  These activities will liven up you maths lessons. I sure you will enjoy Teaching Maths through Art. 

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 Art Multiplication Most children love drawing, colouring or just making random marks on the paper. I have designed some powerful maths games so that children can draw and learn there times tables at the same time. Why not consider my snakes and ladders times tables! This is a fun way to play a board game with a friend and reinforce the times tables. 
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Maths Treasure Hunt 
Try a maths treasure hunt. Let the children walk around the school building and look for clues. Place your clues in different locations. Use clues related to maths to help them find it. For example, take 6 x 3 steps forward. Rote to the left. The children can pretend to be a character or a famous person. Make your maths lessons more than just sitting staring at a board in the classroom. Make them interactive and fun. This way, you will cater for different needs in the classroom. There is a time and a place for board work, but there is also a time and place to do other creative and dramatic activities. 

Let them Start dancing What about using  geometric principles they have learnt concerning angles, mirroring, rotation, as the basis of a dance. Tape  x and y axis to the hall floor, and give the children co-ordinates as a starting point for their dance. You could then call out coordinates and shapes the had to make. This makes for a wonderful kinaesthetic activity and means that children are up and about and enjoying the interaction with each other. 

Hope you find great activities to incorporate maths and art. The children will have lots of fun and be learning at the same time and enjoy learning  Maths through Art


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