This is an activity that I would use when students are learning about perspective and their location in the world. This activity also incorporates other engaging worksheets for younger students to learn about landforms that make up our earth. I would use this activities when teaching about geography concepts in the classroom.
Building a honeycomb: Here's a fun collaborative project we did at our Gellin' with Geometry Family Math Night event. It was a great way to have everyone contribute. A fun family math night activity! It can also be done with a regular classroom or buddy classes! Here's a video version of the process and the math: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TFvRc3CqXv0 www.FamilyMathNight.com
Our art teacher came around and took pictures of all the teachers, blew them up, cut them into little squares and give them to the kids to color in! Afterwards, she collected them and put them back together. These are currently filling up our hallway outside of the office of our school... Didn't they turn out amazing???