Do you like roses and have you a space that needs decorating, or know someone you would like to give a gift to?
Using everyday maths skills will enable you to create beautiful crafts. Building confidence in space and shape, measuring and symmetry to develop craft skills and explore how maths is used in everyday crafting.
You will be guided through the processes needed to turn paper table napkins into beautiful 3-dimensional roses. You will learn to measure using a ruler and how to fold paper into shapes; rectangles, squares and triangles without using scissors. You will explore shape and space, measuring and symmetry as well as positioning and patterns to make beautiful paper roses. You will be taught by a supportive and friendly tutor who will do their best to provide lots of practical help to support you
You will need to be 19 or over and do not yet hold a GCSE grade 4 (C) or above in maths. This course if free for anyone who is 19 and over and is a resident in Devon, please contact your local Learn Devon Centre who can give you further information and advice if needed.
There will be a simple ILP (Individual Learning Plan) which the tutor will discuss with you to make sure the learning is meeting your needs.
What do I need?
The tutor will provide all the resources you need for the workshop. However, you might like to bring a pen and notebook if you would find it useful to make notes, but this is not essential.
What can I do next?
You can explore maths further by joining a Learn Devon maths class, enrol on another Multiply course or talk with your tutor on your personal route into learning more.