The Koch Curve Fractivity addresses several New Mexico Content Standards for Math and Science education.
NM Math Standards:
1.G.3.2 Create simple symmetrical shapes and pictures.
1.G.3.3 Recognize and describe the symmetric characteristics of designs
1.G.4.1 Use combinations of shapes to make a new shape to demonstrate relationships between shapes
2.G.4.4 Relate geometric ideas to numbers (e.g., seeing rows in array as a model of repeated addition).
1.M.2.1 Measure with multiple copies of units the same size
1.M.2.2 Use repetition of a single unit to measure something larger than the unit
2.M.1.1 Identify a unit of measure (e.g., nearest inch) and repeat that unit comparing it to the item being measured.
3.G.4.1 Visualize, build, and draw geometric objects.
4.M.1.1 Select the appropriate type of unit for measuring perimeter and size of an angle.
4.M.1.3 Identify the inverse relationship between the size of the units and the number of units.
5.M.2.3 Apply strategies and use tools for estimating and measuring the perimeter of regular and irregular shapes.
NM Science Standards:
Know that Earth’s features are constantly changed by a combination of slow and rapid processes that include the action of volcanoes, earthquakes, mountain building, biological changes, erosion, and weathering. (3’d)