Thursday, 1 June 2017

Vitruvian measuring activity results

Here are the results of our measuring investigation earlier in the week. I graphed the results to show the children how quickly you can spot who is the tallest in the class, who has the same height and arm span and who has a longer arm span than height. If you were to create a drawing of the children they would be either a square shape (like the Vitruvian man), a long rectangle or a wide rectangle. The children might want to investigate members of their family to see if their arm span is the same as their height.

1 comment:

  1. I wonder what Vitruvius and and Leonardo da Vinci would say about the range of results in Room 17?