My time zone and your time zone may be the same time zone.
Maybe midnight for you and midnight for me are the same.
Your month and my month could be the same month.
But they could be different. Not every day. Not all the time. Not everywhere.
But some times in some places on some days.
Perhaps even on the day this was written.
Explore the poem (you're free to use it if you don&'t derive financial profit from it without sharing that profit with the author!); then invite your pupils to develop their own fractal poems. Maybe another one for triangles. Maybe have them write one using squares. It might be fun to extend the fractal! If you/they can: a proper challenge! :-)
P.S. The first verse is explained if you make a hole at the top of triangle, cut out triangle & hang it from thread. It can then be spun (albeit it&';s not lit up!).
P.P.S. Table centre-piece for group discussion é building activity also possible!
Tes classic free licence
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