The Ozone layer is one of the many protective characteristics planet Earth offers humanity. This sparse layer of triple bonded oxygen in our stratosphere absorbs ultraviolet radiation (UVR), preventing it from reaching the surface. During the 1960’s, chlorofluorocarbons (CFC's) were massively manufactured due to their properties as an ideal gas for refrigerants. However, CFC’s once... Continue Reading →
75th Independence Day, India
Happy 75th Independence Day, India. This year, to celebrate the event, Maths2art explored the use of mathematical functions and relations, collaborated with the students and recreated the fluttering flag of India using Math equations. click on the image to see fluttering flag in action! Sahil Bhargava, a graduate from UWCSEA East took up this challenge... Continue Reading →
NDP 2021, Singapore
Happy 56th National Day, Singapore. This year, to celebrate the event, Maths2art explored the use of mathematical functions and relations, collaborated with the students and recreated the official NDP 2021 logo. Click on the logo to see the maths equations behind the scenes. Sahil Bhargava, a graduate from UWCSEA East took up this challenge and... Continue Reading →
y = mx + c Maths2Art projects
You know Maths, you know Art - we are going to combine these 2 fields in these projects. Once you have visual understanding of y = mx + c, you can change the slope/intercept of line as per the need of your project. Wish you guys Joy of Learning! If you have thoroughly enjoyed creating... Continue Reading →
How many children struggle with Maths because of the lack of a solid numerical efficiency? When a child is not confident about his/her mental calculations, it affects his/her overall engagement with Maths Learning. It hampers the comfort level with Maths learning.To help solve this problem, we are planning to run Maths Tournament once a Month.... Continue Reading →
y = mx + c workshop
Can you write your name using this equation? To ignite curiosity, encourage creativity & nurture intuition of our younger generation , Maths2Art has designed a 2 days introductory workshop. Come and join us for visual understanding and hands on experience of y = mx + c using desmos! Suitable for - Grade 8 onwards Requirements... Continue Reading →
Hello parents/teachers, Happy to share a tried and tested idea to develop interest, excitement and curiosity in students for learning Algebra. This keeps our students fully engaged in our Algebra workshop. Hope it helps your children/students as well. Introduce your children to Math tricks and teach them how to decode the tricks. Encourage them to... Continue Reading →
The point behind Intersection Point!
One of my grade 8 students was working on the graphical solution method for simultaneous equations. 4x - 5y = 14 3x + y = 1 He plotted the lines on the graph paper and as expected, lines cut at ( 1, -2 ) He knew that the intersection point is the solution for such... Continue Reading →
The Mini Maths Library @Maths2Art !
What comes to your mind when you hear 'She's studying Math' ? Frantic scribbles of complex formulae or crazy numbers and equations that will make you run for your life! Am I right ? 😉 Most students get so engrossed in 'solving' Math that they often miss out on the most important skill imparted by... Continue Reading →
Maths2Art is 3 !!!
It gives me immense joy that today, Maths2Art is known as ‘a centre for guided discovery’ where students develop genuine interest in the subject via stories, drawings & discussions and experience the ‘joy of learning’. We proudly train our students for self-study. There is a lot of stress and anxiety associated with Maths. At Maths2Art,... Continue Reading →