In my teaching geometry class (MTH 322) we have all gotten the chance to work with middle school aged children. The school we went to was highly art based so we had the opportunity to create math lessons that integrated a lot of art. My group and I decided to create a lesson that integrated fractions into making a picture. This may sound a little confusing so I will do my best to explain it. The picture to the left (the fox) is one that we shared with the class to get their brains thinking of ideas to make. I was surprised how many great ideas the students had. The picture to the right (the bird) is the original image we found that helped us decide that this would be a good activity. Our original plan was to teach a fraction lesson followed by the creating of the pictures, because we didn't know how much the students would know about fractions. They seemed to know a lot so the lesson went pretty quick. We showed the students how to fold each of the circles to make 1/2, 1/4, 1/8, and 1/16. Walking around interacting with the students was a great experience. Talking to each of them about adding up their fractions was a great experience. Although most of the students didn't understand the concept of adding the fractions I was able to use full circles and fold them to the measurements that they had placed on their picture. The imagination of some of these students were beyond what I thought they would have done.