1. When reading Flatland and Slaughter House I had many good learning experiences and challenges between the two. I thought Slaughter House Five was one of the more challenging books I have read but also thought it had a very interesting plot to it. Reading a book in math class was definitely not what what I would expect in a math but I thought it was a really good change. For example, the book did actually relate to math because the book Flatland that we read did include references to math. overall I thought the two texts were defiantly were a challenge but also a good learning experience.
2. My first and second art piece were very different from each other. My first draft of my art piece was not very good at all. I did not add any color and I sketched some of my drawings instead of using a strait edge. However my second piece was a very big improvement from my first piece. For my final piece I drew professional and colored drawings on a piece of blank paper with the second, third and fourth dimensions. Then I cut them out and pasted them on an orange sheet of construction paper. I labeled the first second and third dimension with typed up words. To top my art piece of I added details on the paper that was not covered. That is how I completed my art piece.
3. I think this art piece changed my thinking mostly on Flatland. The reason I say this is because it really made me think more about the fourth dimension and how it is explained. I got my idea for the art piece when the character A square traveled to the third dimension and wanted to know if there was a fourth dimension. It will help me throught stage two.