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Math Resources

Explore how math and art go hand in hand through a study of Aesop’s fables, Tibetan art practices, and music composition.

Grades 3-4 Lesson
Students construct a mock baseball field and explore the sport of baseball through art, movement, and sound
Grades 9-12 Lesson
Students study pattern, recursion, Pi and the Golden Ratio, developing their ability to analyze the structure of music
Grades 6-8 Lesson
This lesson will explore the historic importance and function of castles and introduce a general history of castles and architectural terms
Grades K-2 Lesson
Teach students about patterns in poetry, art, and the world around them
Grades 3-4 Lesson
In this lesson, each student creates an original comic strip to convey a mathematical concept and explores comics as a form of communication
Grades 3-4 Lesson
Students will learn the meaning of Aesop's fable, "The Crow and the Pitcher," blending math and art with literature and film
Grades 6-8 Lesson
This lesson introduces students to rhythm concepts, such as music notation
Grades 6-8 Lesson
In this lesson, students use calculation to predict the number of cells that result from a series of cell divisions
Grades 6-8 Lesson
Students will explore the mathematics behind mandalas, including but not limited to shapes and symmetry
Grades 3-4 Lesson
After reviewing basic music theory, students compose their own music for the touch-tone phone
Grades 9-12 Lesson
The Fibonacci Sequence manifests in nature and visual arts
Grades 3-4 Lesson
Students grow both sunflowers, and their knowledge of science and art
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