Friday, April 18, 2014

P for polygon! (A to Z challenge)

P--we are getting near the end of the alphabet--whew!

I chose P to talk about polygons.  Polygons are basically two-dimensional multiple-sided figures.  Many polygons can be made to be composite shapes.  When I looked up polygon on Wikipedia I thought it was interesting there are even polygons that self intersect.

My oldest child enjoyed making polygon art.  He would make a bunch of dots on a paper at random, then connect some of the dots with a ruler for a perfectly straight line.  Then he would turn them into animal/creatures.  I happened to still have a copy of this piece from four years ago...
Do you do anything with polygons?


  1. Visiting my fellow A to Zers. Enjoyed this post...and the drawing. You might enjoy my M post a few days ago. My theme this year is quirky quotes and M is about Math. Hope you'll stop by. www.widowsphere.blogspot.vom

  2. Aw! I loved that your P was a personal polygon picture from your own kiddo!

    1. Your use of alliteration made me smile : ) Thanks! I'm glad I scanned that picture and got to share it with everyone.

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