Make paper snowflakes with your students to decorate your classroom on cold winter days. This hands-on activity teaches kids about symmetry. Templates and directions for the snowflakes pictured above can be found on the Symmetry Page on Super Teacher Worksheets.
Create colorful tessellation artwork in class as your students discover the beauty of patterns in geometry. With an easy-to-follow instruction guide, your students will create there own unique shapes to transform into a tessellating pattern. Explore the Tessellation Page on Super Teacher Worksheets to discover fun ways to make colorful tessellation art.
Teach fractions and make fun artwork at the same time with fraction pizzas. Distribute pizza pictures (found on the Super Teacher Worksheets Fraction Page) to your students and have them create posters like the one above. Slices of pizza are a great visual for fraction recognition, and there are endless ways to display them! These activities are just a few of the art projects that you can incorporate into your math lessons. For other ideas, check out our Math Page on Super Teacher Worksheets. Art doesn't have to be fancy to teach kids new concepts. When students make the art project personal and connect with the concept, you have a math masterpiece. Be sure to leave your comments below!