Wednesday, October 17, 2018

Dios de la Muerte and Shapes

We have been learning about different people and traditions in our Hispanic Heritage unit. We have also been learning about shapes in math. I wanted to do a project that incorporated both. So I cut out various shapes and had the students look at paintings of the skulls done in the Hispanic tradition. Then they made their own. What a fun way to assess what they learned. I just listened to them talk about the different shapes (can you hand me a square? is there a bigger circle?) and I could see who knew them. And we ended up with a project I could hang on the bulletin board.

Here was their finished product:

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