We believe the best way to learn about fractals is to EXPLORE them! So let’s Fractalize!
There are many ways to begin this exploration…
First, we recommend you download the amazing, FREE fractal explorer, XaoS, which lets you zoom into mathematical fractals. When you create a really beautiful fractal, please enter it in the Fractal Challenge! (Elementary, middle & high school students only.)
Next, explore the Fractivities page which features many different projects to do at home, at school or outside in nature. We would love for you to participate in the Fractal Trianglethon! We need volunteers, teachers and students to help build the world’s largest Sierpinski Triangle.
Next, you may wish to explore our Online Fractal Course, which is a detailed exploration of fractals in nature and mathematics. While it is aimed at high school students, much of the material is appropriate for younger students, and more advanced students too.
Finally, if you want to help teach other people about fractals, please see our Volunteers page. Thanks!