Making drawings or collages of favourite foods is an easy, inexpensive craft that keeps your kids busy and promotes the development of fine motor, creative and language skills and scientific understanding.
What you need:
Recycled cardboard or card-stock to cut a plate shape from (or you can use a paper plate)
Get your kids being creative maths detectives and investigating tessellation using 2D shape patterns. Display their art on the wall, or fridge, or use it to make inexpensive personalized cards or bookmarks.
What is tessellation?
Tessellations are repeating patterns of 2D shapes that ...