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Using Art Projects in Math

These are art ideas to help students apply the mathematics we teach them - interdisciplinary.

Come check out my take on "Area and Perimeter People!" Super simple and super cute!

Create, Teach, and Share: Flying into February!

Math and art go together - math through art

Art & Math - inspired by Klee - Kids Activities Blog

Popsicle stick math...choose number and count out that number of sticks, build with stick, then draw pic to match

Mrs. Lee's Kindergarten: October 2010

Geometric Designs in Grade Five | Art Lessons For Kids

Geometric Designs in Grade Five

Math art project idea for kids. Over a dozen ideas to inspire creativity.

12+ Math Art Projects for Kids - What Do We Do All Day?

Drawing & Measuring Angle Types Art

My "Quadrilateral Robots" lesson is a great way to have fun teaching your students about quadrilaterals. There is a quadrilateral robot art project, a robot road game and high level thinking worksheets.

Quadrilateral Robots: Math Activity, Worksheets & Game

Grade 3. Portrait drawing- symmetry- LBA Arts Shutterfly Page

I love ideas that include math and art! Great idea for November + Geometry Mrs. T's First Grade Class: Thanksgiving

Could use this idea when studying attributes of quadrilaterals


Fun way to work on scaled drawing... Fast Times of a Middle School Math Teacher: Scaling Up Candy Wrappers

Using a protractor to help find the measure of interior angles of a triangle, combining art and math

cute! Let kids create pictures with pattern blocks, they then have to graph how many they used for their picture...could use paper cut outs OR have students take picture of their picture :) Students could also find the fractional part of each block in their design.

Fraction Art on Dot Paper, might have to try this.

Topic 9 Links - Norterra Canyon - 5th Grade Math

I purchased the mosaic tile kit from Walmart with includes square foam stickers (no glue or scissors required). Alternatively, you could have students draw a picture on half of a piece of graph paper and then colour the squares in.