This fun Web Quest is a great introduction to Fractals. It can be used in any math class, grades 7 and up, Algebra through Calculus. It includes 10 tasks for the students to accomplish via websites and a 10 question online Scavenger hunt with fun links to suggested resources. Most of the links can be found using a tablet, but a few must use a traditional computer. There are a few pages that can be printed from the web, but I have included copies of them.
Students work in small groups and put together a portfolio approximately 16 pages in length, depending upon how many students are in the group.
Two forms are included, one with QR codes, and one without. Great fun and meets many Common Core Standards.
*Fractals in Nature
*Fractals and the Movies
*Fractals and Art
and much more
I created a similar one in the past with wonderful results. Having has had so many requests for it; I redid it and included a QR version, too. So much fun!! Great links. My students are fascinated by fractals including my Calculus students when studying Infinite Series.
Related resources you may like:
•Fun Polar Graphs TI 83 - 84 Grades 7 - 12
•Discovering Pascal's Triangle with GOOGLE slides
•Multi-Step Equations Famous Mathematician Puzzle with Fractals
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