Designing Flags for Olympic Nations: Using Ratios, Percents & Geometry

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With the Sochi, Russia Winter Olympic Games about to begin students can use this opportunity to explore the history of national and Olympic flags and discover that official rules and regulations for flag design are based on mathematics and certain required ratios.

Students will learn about the history of the Olympic ring colors, discover the ratios in the flag designs of nearly any country in the world, and even design a flag of their own that can represent their class.

This is a fun math activity that is useful in grades 6 through 9, engaging students in artistic design based on mathematical principles.
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Designing Flags for Olympic Nations:  Using Ratios, Percen
Designing Flags for Olympic Nations:  Using Ratios, Percen
Designing Flags for Olympic Nations:  Using Ratios, Percen
Designing Flags for Olympic Nations:  Using Ratios, Percen