Share your creative maths with us!
We love seeing the creative maths you do at home. Share a picture of your work and we will add it to one of our online galleries!
To be included in the gallery, email a picture of your work (with you if you like!) to firstname.lastname@example.org and tell us which gallery it is for. You can be anonymous, tell us your school class, or give us your first name and age – it’s up to you.
Discover how simple geometry can be used to create complex designs. Imagine how shapes and lines fit together and create never-ending patterns!
Rangoli Maths Project
Rangoli patterns are a creative way to discover symmetry, reflection and tessellation.
Make your own tangram puzzle, and then make giraffes, cats or whatever you want.
A tessellation is a repeating pattern of shapes, covering an entire surface with no gaps or overlaps.
A tree, with a mathematical twist! 4 (or more!) tetrahedrons joined together to make a Sierpinski tetrahedron – a tetraTREEdron!