I coloured a grid for the first 100 (or 101 if you count the three at the beginning) digits of Pi. Each number has a colour. The filled-in ones are the digits I've remembered 😀 -Ilora, year7 🙂
Grace extended a challenge in our club in a few different ways. Here's one of them
We did challenge in a maths explorers club, and i tried to make it physically so i could move is around easier, rather than on BitPaper - Ilora, year seven 🙂 😀 😛
A rare flower, the conch, blooms once in 50 years in the palace of Mysore, Karnataka. Very cool! Monkey is not part of the flower though 😂 -ilora, year7 🙂 😀
Created on bitpaper.io by Oskar, year 4 at one of our online maths clubs. We thought it was the perfect example of using 4 colours to differentiate colours on a map. But more than that, it was a work of art!
I had a moment of Maths yesterday and thought of you both - Do you know of a Crinkle Crankle wall? It has a wave pattern but uses less bricks than a straight line because the stability of the curve means it doesn't need to be as thick and doesn't require intermittent pillars....