Wikipedia: Spirals – Spirals and helices, 2D spirals, 3D spirals, In nature, As a symbol, and In art.Mathematische Basteleien: Spirals – What
Cleave Books – A PDF file with geometric designs made from simple shapes. Dearing Draws – Site offers tutorials, videos, and free
By JeffyP MIQEL: Naturally Occurring Fractals – Includes plants, rivers, galaxies, clouds, weather, population patterns, stocks, video feedback, crystal growth, etc..
Origami Club: Halloween – Site offers a variety of origami projects to do including: Jack ‘O Lantern, Bat, Ghost, Witch, Skull, and
Snowflake math naturally includes geometry, symmetry, patterns, angles, basic shapes, and fractals. SYMMETRY Scientific America: Why are snowflakes symmetrical? – This
3-D Ornaments by Fran W When it comes to learning math, we enjoy exploring it in fun and challenging ways
Holiday Origami by Fran W We started having fun folding paper when my oldest child was about 6 years old