# Station 1

Start with a scrap sheet of paper.  Cut it in half and throw half away.  Now take what’s left and cut it in half and throw half away.  Now take what’s left and cut it in half and throw it away.  Keep going until you’ve done it 5 times.

Station 2
Take a copy of the triangle from this station.

 Measure the length of each side.
triangle within the triangle.

middle of each of the three sides.

Put a dash mark right in the

 Now connect those three dash marks with lines to create a  Now, take each of the four new triangles and measure the side
lengths. Divide each side of the smaller triangles in half and draw dash marks. make new triangles.

 Connect these marks within each of the smaller triangles to  Do it one more time.

Station 3
Take a copy of the triangle from this station.

 Measure the length of each side.
triangle within the triangle.

middle of each of the three sides.

Put a dash mark right in the

 Now connect those three dash marks with lines to create a  In the new triangle formed right in the middle, measure its sides
and put a dash mark right in the middle of each of the three sides. triangle within a triangle within a triangle.

 Connect those three dash marks with lines to create a smaller  Do it again with just the triangle in the middle.

Station 4
Take a copy of the triangle from this station.

 Use the compass to draw the biggest circle possible in
the middle of the triangle circles possible. possible.

 In all the spaces in the corners draw the biggest  In the spaces left behind draw the biggest circles

Station 5
The Hydra is a mythical Greek creature that looks a little like a dragon. It starts with seven heads and each time a head is cut off, two more grow back. You are now a mythical Greek warrior and you want to slay the beast.