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Math art projects middle school

Engage middle school students in math through creative art projects. Explore top ideas to make learning math fun and visually appealing for students.
Looking for an end of the year activity? Have students create a castle from geometric nets, count faces, edges & vertices, and then calculate the surface area and volume! Make it a competition to make this project PERFECTLY engaging for your students!  #taylorjsmathmaterials #middleschoolmath #7thgrademath #8thgrademath #mathactivities #mathproject #surfacearea #volume #endoftheyearproject Geometry Projects Middle School, Math Projects Middle School, Geometry Activities, Upper Elementary Math, Math Classroom, Geometry Projects, Math Projects, Middle School Geometry, Middle School Math

Looking for an end of the year activity? Have students create a castle from geometric nets, count faces, edges & vertices, and then calculate the surface area and volume! Make it a competition to make this project PERFECTLY engaging for your students! #taylorjsmathmaterials #middleschoolmath #7thgrademath #8thgrademath #mathactivities #mathproject #surfacearea #volume #endoftheyearproject

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Last week I pinned a fabulous optical illusion art idea from We Heart Art. She had completed this activity with her fifth graders, and I thought it would make a fantastic first lesson for my students. I tried it out with my oldest daughter last weekend (she's in grade 3), and when she achieved great results, I knew it would be perfect. This is a perfect art lesson for the beginning of the year because it uses only a few materials, has simple directions, and turns out to be an impressive work…

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