Patterns of the Universe Math Coloring Book
- 57 mathematical designs to color in
- Plus a "creating" section
- Entertain your brain while zoning out
MathemagicalMath is beautiful. We've known that ever since somebody introduced us to fractals. Our math, though, isn't beautiful. It involves lots of erasing and more than once tearing straight through the paper. But you won't have to worry about that with this Patterns of the Universe Math Coloring Book, especially since there isn't one correct answer to any of the questions.
In Patterns of the Universe, 57 different designs from the natural world are reproduced in black and white for you to color. And while kids may enjoy this and learn something, it's really intended for adult lovers of mathematics. In addition to the coloring, there's a "creating" section, where you help make the designs. All in all, a lot of fun and a learning experience, too.
Note: This was released in the UK as Snowflake, Seashell, Star.
- Author: Alex Bellos and Edmund Harriss (illustrator)
- Publisher: The Experiment
- ISBN: 9781615193233
- Pages: 144
- Cover: Paperback
- Year: 2015
- Edition: 1st
- Genre: DIY
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