We are spending a week doing as much learning outdoors as possible. I am in Year 6 and have a talented bunch and thought Fibonacci might be a good project. I have a few ideas but wondered if anyone had anymore. I really want to enthuse them about maths and relate it to art and nature as well as do things on a big scale. So far I have: stick lots of squared paper together and plot out the golden rectangle (LA) and use trubdle wheels, metre sticks and measure it out for HA. We are also going to look for examples of the sequence in nature e.g. petals and start working on the sequence maybe writing it out on a till roll etc? Hopefully they will do lots of different types of maths as well as have fun. Does this sound OK do you think, any other ideas? Thank you, I have posted this on the maths site as well.