Category Archives: art

Multiplication Tables as Art?!

A few years back I took the workshop Mathematics in the PYP in The Netherlands. One of the learning experiences I took away and still use today was turning the multiplication tables into spirolaterals. By doing this the students can: … Continue reading

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The Power of Suggestion

Last week we posted pictures on our blog of a classroom display we created using moveable paper people put into the position of our favorite sports activity. The students created a background scene to match their people. Sports View more … Continue reading

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Be careful, don’t make a mess!

Even though I am a true neat freak, I love allowing the students the freedom to get messy! Students become free from inhibitions and just enjoy the experience. Oh yea, they usually learn something too. This is easily done through … Continue reading

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