This set of files contains 5 poster sized images.
Designed large enough to easily print 24 inches by 36 inches.
WHAT CAN YOU DO WITH IT?
1. Q&A: What is the difference between the two circle or square figures (other than the rotation aspect)? Initially accept the easier answers of, "They're different colors!" And nudge them in the direction of things like, "One is just the shapes cut down by 1/2 each time and the other is the area of the shape being cut in half each time."
You could even make a connection that there aren't two sets of right triangles because to cut it in half truly cuts the area in half!
2. CREATE: This was created by a teacher/guy who likes to play around with graphic design software. Imagine what your students could do! Challenge them to create based on a concept. It doesn't have to be fractions, area, or shapes. It could be linear functions, multiplication, etc.
3. You could crop these files and put the individual elements into presentations, images you use on your board, for handouts, etc.
4. It doesn't have to be a classroom challenge, you could just point to the fact that it looks pretty cool, and it took math to do it. A slightly less conventional "MATH IS FUN" poster :)
I would LOVE to hear how you end up using these.