If you have a classroom of kids, you can take their Sierpinski triangles and put them together to make a larger triangle – you just need a power of 3 to make a complete Sierpinski triangle (3, 9, 27, etc.).

Also, you can blow their minds by showing this Sierpinski Zoom video to show that the triangles can go on forever!

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