Resources - Christchurch Maths Craft Day
We have three mathematical colouring and drawing sheets. The Four Colour Theorem is a famous and once controversial result in mathematics. You can also try your hand at colouring our curves of pursuit or even drawing them yourself using our instructions and template. For more mathematical colouring, try this book.
Fractals are mathematical objects built from repeated copies of themselves. Create a fractal sculpture from business cards. Start building with these instructions, and then follow these instructions to assemble the sculpture. Here's more information on fractals from Think Maths, the people behind the MegaMenger project.
A Penrose tiling is a non-periodic tiling named after Sir Roger Penrose. The tiles used at the Maths Craft Day are called the "kite" and "dart", which give an aperiodic tiling when following a simple set of rules.