Fractals are patterns that repeat themselves at different scales. For example the Y pattern can be found in the way the branches of some trees grow. The first branching Y goes into a smaller branching Y and on and on. Fractals are everywhere in nature. We looked at the bare deciduous trees, leaves, the ferns, the microscopic ice. And when we integrate and deepen this learning through creatively responding to what we see. This week we used oak gall ink and land art to express some of our learning.