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This book is full of activities to introduce fractals to kids between 10 and 14, to explore on their own or for use in the classroom Nature’s repeating patterns, fractals, are beautiful and universal. Fractals can also be calculated mathematically. The activities presented in this lovely companion book to The Fractal Model Book are designed to enjoyed by the math motivated individual student - but would work well with a set of students with more interest in art than math. Working through the activities yields beauty at the same time as mathematical truths. Activities include: iterations, proportion and rules, nature's fractals,fractals and symmetry,fractal triangles,Sierpinski's triangles, Koch snowflakes,Appolonian factals, nested fractals,square fractals, H Fractals, tiling, circle fractals and many more. Each activity is introduced in plain English and can be done in any order.
About the Author
Kenneth Sharratt is an enthusiast and a communicator about science and technology.