I did this today and it was fun. Students make geometric art from templates I made with Illustrator. A nice one-off lesson to help make new display boards.
Well, that’s it. 50 Mathematical Mr. Men. It seems like a good place to stop.
I will throw in a few one-offs from time to time (still a lot of mathematicians to cover!), but there will no longer be any runs of threes, and I’m taking a break!
I’ll be running a few competitions for Mathematical Mr. Men goodies later in the year hopefully.
And to finish off, here’s a second poster pack:
I just made this whilst playing around with http://piktochart.com/
Easy to use, but as always, the best bits cost money.
Not perfect by any means, but it was fun to make:
Handy visual explanation of all the different triangle categories.
A great site to showcase excellent examples of mathematical calligrams – which are a great way to aid understanding of concepts.