**How can one teach Math concept or provide Mathematical experiences through an Art Piece? I learned that it can be challenging but definitely possible.**

**I went to the Singapore Art Museum today on a mission to find an art piece that I can use to provided mathematical experiences in differentiated learning. There were many pieces that allowed us teachers to choose the right one for the right type of learning. I have listed some examples below:**

**#1**

**Look at this art piece. This is located at the Singapore Art Museum, Learning Gallery 1, titled Singapore Idols Grasscutters by Jing Quek.**

**What are some mathematical experiences can you provide to your child through this art piece?**

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**Number Bonds up to 10**

**Classifying**

**Counting**

**Multiplication/ Division**

**Patterning**

**Number Bonds up to 10****Classifying****Counting****Multiplication/ Division****Patterning**

**#2**

**This art piece, in a form of stop motion animation, is located at the Singapore Art Museum, Learning Gallery 2, titled Tromarama by Zsa Zsa Zsu. Though it is in a form of music video, you can use screen shots to look at the pieces.**

**Through this piece, the following mathematical concepts can be provided:**

**Sorting****Patterning****Comparing****Measurement**

**Whoever said Maths is boring has not ventured enough yet!!!**