This book is full of model based activities to introduce fractals to kids between 10 and above, to explore on their own, or for use in the classroom Nature’s repeating patterns, fractals, are beautiful and universal. Fractals can also be calculated mathematically. The models presented in this companion book to The Fractal Activity Book are designed to enjoyed by the math motivated individual student - but would work well with a set of students with more interest in art than math. Crafters will also enjoy the book - and patterns learnt can be used in all sorts of ways in art, craft, design and quilting. Model activities include: Sierpinski's in 3D, Koch snowflakes in 3D, Cube fractal cut outs, Koch fractals in cut outs, Square fractals for 3D printing, fractals on a distorted frame and more.
About the Author
Kenneth Sharratt is an enthusiast and a communicator about science and technology.