#MathArtChallenge Day 4: Hyperbolic Geometry

The #MathArtChallenge is just a fun, simple way to engage our brains during this time of unease. All tasks are low tech: paper, pencil, maybe string. Nothing fancy. I would LOVE to see what you come up with. Post on social media with the hashtag #MathArtChallenge!

THE CHALLENGE: Fold your very own Hyperbolic Plane from a simple piece of paper!

MATERIALS NEEDED: A square piece of paper. Youtube instructional video below!

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#MathArtChallenge Day 3: Isometric Cube Cutouts

The #MathArtChallenge is just a fun, simple way to engage our brains during this time of unease. All tasks are low tech: paper, pencil, maybe string. Nothing fancy. I would LOVE to see what you come up with. Post on social media with the hashtag #MathArtChallenge!

THE CHALLENGE: Draw a cube by connecting 3 rhombi (see below). Then use only parallel lines to those in the rhombi to embellish the cube.

MATERIALS NEEDED: writing surface, writing utensil, colors?

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#MathArtChallenge: Day 2 Looping Colors

The #MathArtChallenge is just a fun, simple way to engage our brains during this time of unease. All tasks are low tech: paper, pencil, maybe string. Nothing fancy. I would LOVE to see what you come up with. Post on social media with the hashtag #MathArtChallenge!

THE CHALLENGE: Draw a looping, intersecting line that meets itself where it started, then color in alternating sections!

MATERIALS NEEDED: writing surface, writing utensil, colors

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#MathArtChallenge Day 1: Tons of triangles

The #MathArtChallenge is just a fun, simple way to engage our brains during this time of unease. All tasks are low tech: paper, pencil, maybe string. Nothing fancy. I would LOVE to see what you come up with. Post on social media with the hashtag #MathArtChallenge!

THE CHALLENGE: Draw as many connected triangles as you can. Goal is to have as many vertices with 7 triangles as possible.

MATERIALS NEEDED: writing utensil, writing surface (paper, whiteboard, whatever!)

UPDATE (4/3) Here’s a quick video tutorial after lots of requests for help in the comments: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1ObGkAqoN-Q

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