Get kids excited about math with this fun hands-on collaborative project. Typically done during a Family Math Night event, this project can also be done in the classroom. The best part is, each person is individually represented in the final product!
This fun project is a great way to reinforce beginning concepts in fractions. Participants will be cutting different colored squares into triangles and using those triangles to design their quilt square. Some of the math they'll discover along the way are halves, unit fractions and equivalent fractions.
-list of materials needed
-Fraction Quilt Collaborative Project table tent - beginning level (2)
-Fraction Quilt Collaborative Project table tent - intermediate level (2)
-Fraction Quilt Collaborative Project table tent - advanced level (symmetry focus)
-Fraction Quilt Collaborative Project table tent - advanced level (fraction focus)
-Beginning, Intermediate, and Advanced table tents
More great FAMILY MATH NIGHT and STEAM Collaborative Projects:
Salt Dough Tessellation
STEAM and Family Math Night Collaborative Project Bundle
(Fish Bowl, and Space Invaders not included in this set of 16 lessons.)
If you're interested in other ideas for your Family Math Night events, I have a lot of them! Check out my blog, pinterest page, website or YouTube Channel. And if you have questions, let me know!
Family Math Night Blog
Family Math Night Pinterest
Family Math Night YouTube Channel
Wishing you a successful Family Math Night event!