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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 participant is individually represented in the final product!
In this stunningly beautiful project, participants will be creating a “stained glass” pane using geometry and fractions that will be used to create a rose window. (A rose window is a circular window made of stained glass typically found in French Cathedrals built during the Medieval period.)
Along with the pdf, you’ll receive a link to the video version of the lesson where I walk you through the three levels of the activity and share tips on setting up the station.
-list of materials needed
-Rose Window Collaborative Project Blackline
-Rose Window Collaborative Project Placement Template
-Rose Window Collaborative Project Beginning Level activity sheet
-Rose Window Collaborative Project Intermediate Level activity sheet
-Rose Window Collaborative Project Advanced Level activity sheet
-Rose Window All Levels activity sheet
-Rose Window Collaborative Project Center Circle
-Rose Window Collaborative Project Table Tents
-Beginning, Intermediate, and Advanced table tents
More great FAMILY MATH NIGHT and STEAM Collaborative Projects:
STEAM and Family Math Night Collaborative Project Bundle (Fish Bowl, Fraction Quilt, Rose Window, 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!
Wishing you a successful Family Math Night event!