In year 6 we are revising factor pairs whilst exploring the artwork of Piet Mondrian, a Dutch artist born in 1872 and died in 1944. He coined the term neoplasticism for this style. Mondrian had a long artistic career which essentially began with his works in Luminism, after which he experimented in Cubism, before finally moving to neoplasticism and entering the mature stage of his career.
We can define a factor pair as a set of two factors, which, when multiplied together, give a particular product. To simplify, we can say, a factor pair is a set of two numbers we multiply to get a product.
The below are photographs from year 6Y IT lesson where they created their own Mondrian artwork through coding.