Doing Mathematics with Spirograph

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  • 1 Georgia College & State University, Milledgeville, GA
  • | 2 Upper School at the Mount Vernon School, Atlanta, GA
  • | 3

    Academy for Classical Education, Macon, GA

Inspired by earlier articles on the classic drawing toy that targeted higher grade levels, the authors adopt and create activities that make Spirograph mathematics accessible to middle-grade learners.

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