How to introduce Nature’s geometry and patterns in your primary school

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Explore how geometry can bring a unique element to children's learning with specific examples from our first geometry pack on the cycles of the Solar System

If you missed this webinar, watch it here

The patterns of Nature are everywhere. They can be seen around us and in us, in forms beyond this world, in patterns of circles and spirals and in proportions and symmetries of different living things. Seeing the world through Nature’s patterns and geometry is a fascinating starting point for learning – when we learn this way we are training ourselves to understand the connectivity of life and Nature, and how life and the cosmos work.

The practice of geometry provides a different lens for learning, too. It helps young people to see how things are. As students learn the proportions and rations of Nature’s patterns, they start to understand that there is an order to life that gives it balance and harmony. They see the world from a different perspective and begin to develop a much deeper insight into what harmony means. Geometry is a mindful art.

Geometry sessions allow students to develop a range of skills that benefit their learning in other areas of the curriculum:

– improved fine motor skills

– attention to detail and accuracy

– mindfulness and presence

– self-esteem

So, if you’d like to introduce Nature’s geometry in your teaching practice, but don’t know where to start, watch our first webinar of 2023 to find out more. This webinar is perfect for any parent, teacher or educator who would like to enrich their knowledge about geometry. You do not have to be familiar with the principles of Harmony to benefit from this workshop.

And if you’d like to see examples of our existing geometry activities, you can find them here.