You have a secret. You have always seen a translucent number floating above everyone's head. Most have a 0, few 1, but your girlfriend has a 37. You witness a murder on the way to propose to your girlfriend. As the assailant pulls the trigger, you watch the number above his head go from 1 to 0.
Nuclei is a project about space, space filling and fields. Starting from a Sphere, the solid with the smallest description (4 float numbers, centre and radius) and applying several type of scalar fields to its volume, a large set of boxes is used to highlight the shape and the tension of the underly
Floating Life, "I absolutely loved walking into this exhibition with little knowledge of what I would find. It took my breath away! This is an exciting and memorable collection of woven forms in diverse materials, including the obscure such as found fencing wire as well as a considerable number of natural fibres such as spinifex, bark fibres, jungle vines, and pandanus leaves. Each room contained more surprise and I have returned several times to see this exhibit" Sophie Munns
Sensory fun with fire safety theme: we made little flames out of fun foam and wrote numbers on them. Add a little water to your sensory table so they float and give the children a spray bottle with water in it. The children can squirt the " flame" the number of times the number says, or squirt them in numerical order.
wizarding schools around the world: Uagadou School of Magic #1: "Although Africa has a number of smaller wizarding schools, there is only one that has stood the test of time (at least 1000 years) achieving an enviable reputation. The largest of all wizarding schools, Uagadou welcomes students from all over the continent. The only address ever given is ‘Mountains of the Moon’; visitors speak of a stunning edifice carved out of the mountainside and shrouded in mist, appearing to float in…
A fun and inexpensive way to work on number recognition, subitizing and other early numeracy skills. Number boats are inexpensive to make and fun for kids! Use them in summer school, at home or in the bathtub! Great for preschool and kindergarten students.