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Uomine d'onore.

Uomine d'onore.

Beautiful digital art you could display in your classroom to facilitate discussion about global warming. You could present one of images and ask the students what they think it's trying to convey, no text is needed to spark discussion. Great way to get students interested and engaged in the topic.

The Amazing Digital Art of a Disillusioned Idealist

Illustrations by US based arist Wenqing Yan. Wenqing is a Practice of Art major at UC Berkeley with a focus on environmentalism and cyber activism. She specializes in digital art but also enjoy traditional watercolor, sculpting, and origami.

Mandelbrot Fractals: Hunting the Hidden Dimension | Markosun's Blog

Mandelbrot Fractals: Hunting the Hidden Dimension

Spiral Fantasy ___ by Alfred Laing ___ Fractals are so purty! Here are the winners of the 2007 Second International Benoit Mandelbrot Fractal Art Contest, which was named after the Father of Fractal Geometry himself

So many wonderful preschool science experiments (I particularly love this flower diagram)

Magical Rising Water (Video)

Learners in Bloom: Preschool Science Experiments and Exploration So many wonderful preschool science experiments (I particularly love this flower diagram) If you appreciate arts and crafts you actually will love our info!

Incredible Photographs of Fractals Found in the Natural World

Incredible Photographs of Fractals Found in the Natural World

A photo of an octopus tentacle curled to form a fractal. I like this as an example of Nature's splendid wonder and God's attention to detail and design.

An eye for an eye

Helix Nebula-"Eye of the Cosmos". The two light-year diameter shroud of dust and gas around a central white dwarf has long been considered an excellent example of a planetary nebula, representing the final stages in the evolution of a sun-like star

Ethan Ollie

This would be interesting decor for a wedding reception: vintage glass science beakers and test tubes as vases.

Patterns in Nature - Wow - interesting how a pattern can bring out the depth in an object or landscape.

Patterns in Nature. Photos by various artists, including Tony Kuyper, Steve Sier. - Science and Nature

Just looking at a Waldorf classroom makes me feel more peaceful.

let the children play: inspiring waldorf / steiner preschool learning environments- I get all my baskets at Goodwill!

eyes and nebulas. I think its amazing to see the familiarities between animals and nature and the universe...  Like fractals for example. How can you not believe that everything in connected?

Eyes & Nebulas: Windows To Our Souls - The Universe In Us . our eyes can be as beautiful and unique as the Galactic Nebulae. We’re a part of the universe as much as the universe is a part of us .

Fibonacci Sequence Patterns in Nature | Ancient Greek philosopher and geometer Pythagoras is thought to be the ...

Connectivity Through Form: Sacred Geometry & the Golden Mean

Golden Mean or Fibonacci series. The number of clockwise and counterclockwise spirals in a sunflower are always two consecutive Fibonacci numbers.

"Symphony of Science" turns science into music (and is amazingly cool)

"Symphony of Science" turns science into music (and is amazingly cool)

Pinner said: "These music videos are SO beyond the old School House Rock idea! They are awesome in ways I can't even explain! Kids will not only love them, but will learn LOTS! Look on the right hand side for many more!

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