# ARTFUL MATH MAP – Geometry, Map Making, Contrast

Students use coloured pencils and fine line markers to create a map that demonstrates their understanding of mathematical concepts.

## Supplies:

• Crayola Fine Line Markers
• Crayola Coloured Pencils
• Crayola Marker & Watercolour Paper - 22.9 cm x 30.5 cm (9" x 12")
• Pencils
• Erasers
• Rulers

## Steps:

1
1. Make a diagram that shows parallel lines crossed by a transversal.
2. Label the lines - parallel and transversal.
3. Label the alternate interior angles.
4. Label the alternate exterior angles.
2
1. Plan how you want to make your map.
2. Be sure you have placed the buildings and tree in the correct spots. Refer to your labelled diagram to check the angles.
3. Remember to include the following parts on your map:
- neatlines
- cardinal directions
- title
- street names
4. Add lots of detail and a variety of contrasting colours.
3
1. Check to see that you have included all the math requirements in your map.
- 2 parallel streets
- 1 transversal street cutting across the 2 parallel streets
- a community centre and soccer field in alternate interior angles
- a farm and tree in an alternate exterior angles
2. Check to see that you have included all the map components in your map.
- neatlines
- cardinal directions
- title
- street names
- coloured details
• Subjects:

• Language Arts,

• Mathematics,

• Visual Arts