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Using Islamic Art as a basis to learning shapes and what you can do with those shapes. A cross-curricular lesson for teachers who wish to inspire children with geometry within a cultural contact that may be different from their own. Religion, art and maths combined into one lesson. With lots of PDF activity sheets to use and various ideas for activities and displays.
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farnyfun

4 months ago
5

Thankyou for sharing, and taking the time to upload this!

scottadams

4 months ago
5

thank you so much. I have a cover session that this will fit in well.

Clare Dawe

8 months ago
4

Thank you. Nice images

Missisill

10 months ago
5

This has plenty of information, worksheets and starting points for a study of Islamic art. Thanks so much for sharing.

tammymoodley

a year ago
5

As a non Art specialist who is in desperate need to help out with cover for a member of my faculty I found the cover information very useful and very easy to follow to be able to share with students. Thank you very much.

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