The Colour of Maths
When you think of maths what colour comes to mind? Visitors to Glasgow Science Centre have been asked exactly that and we can now reveal the results!
It's official, maths is red!— Community Learning @ Glasgow Science Centre (@TheBothyGSC) November 16, 2022
We've been asking our visitors and community groups "What colour is maths?" since maths week and we can finally announce the winner is RED!
You can see more of our maths activity here: https://t.co/vxSkaPDO5Y or check out @mathsweekscot pic.twitter.com/m8l3oY2ac6
Glasgow Science Centre have spent the last few months creating a Sierpinski Triangle, a triangle with a repeating pattern. Wooden triangles were sent to schools and community groups near Glasgow Science Centre as well as Aberdeen Science Centre and National Museum of Scotland for Maths Week Scotland. People were asked to add a sticker of what colour they think maths is, choosing between red, yellow, green and blue. For many it was whatever colour their maths notebooks were at school! After counting up the stickers the results are in and maths is red!
The finished art piece will go on display at Glasgow Science Centre. Do you agree with the results? Tweet us and let us know what colour you think maths is.
Spring & Easter Puzzles
Now that Spring is here, it's not long until the Easter school holidays. We've put together a selection of Spring and Easter puzzles, perfect for some end of term fun at school or as a boredom buster during the holidays.
Upcoming Events29th Aug-31st May
Maths Money Marvels
Online All day Free
Museum on the Mound is excited to offer a free, interactive digital workshop that brings money and maths to life. Pupils will use their investigative,