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Your algebra learners interpret algebraic expressions, in order to compare their structures, using a geometric context. They also discern how the two expressions are equivalent and represent a pattern geometrically and algebraically.
Students explore patterns involving objects or figures and geometric shapes. They identify the missing shapes in patterns and discuss what would come next in the pattern, analyze patterns using different objects, and complete a...
In this algebra worksheet, students analyze patterns and identify it as arithmetic, geometric, or neither. There are 30 questions with answers.
Track down the Cyberchase episode that this lesson is associated with. Using a worksheet that is embedded in the plan, learners must find the next two numbers and shapes (a double pattern). Once these have been discovered, pupils try...
Middle schoolers explore the concept of geometric patterns. In this geometric pattern lesson, students use Microsoft Excel to explore geometric patterns. Middle schoolers analyze growth rates of pattern growth. Students create their...
Geometric series either get bigger or approach a single number. So, how do you know which it is? An interactive presents three different geometric series with varying common ratios. With the aid of patterns, pupils determine values of r...
Do your classes truly understand the distributive property? Use a demonstrative lesson plan to represent the distributive property in various ways. Learners solidify understanding by creating a geometric pattern for distributive...
Mathematics Assessment Project
Sidewalk patterns ... it's definitely not foursquare! Learners investigate patterns in sidewalk blocks, write an expression to represent the pattern, and then solve problems using the expressions.
Sticks and stones may break my bones, but these sticks will make me smarter. Pupils examine arrays of sticks to determine the next array in a pattern. They use the number of sticks added to each previous array to determine a recursive...
National Security Agency
Your learners explore growing patterns by describing, extending, creating, and evaluating practical pattern problems in this three-day collaborative unit. Beginning with concrete patterns and function tables to extend and describe with a...
In this Algebra I worksheet, 9th graders explore number and geometric patterns and use the Sieve of Eratosthenes to find the prime numbers less than one hundred. The six page worksheet contains eight multipart questions. Answers are...
University of Colorado
Human fingerprint patterns are the result of layers of skin growing at different paces, thus causing the layers to pull on each other forming ridges. Here, groups of learners see how patterns and fingerprints assist scientists in a...
Metropolitan Museum of Art
After an overview of Islamic traditions and art, young artists create their own geometric shapes and patterns using only a straightedge and a compass.
Old mathematicians never die; they just lose some of their functions. Studying sequences gives scholars an opportunity to use a new notation. Learners write functions to model arithmetic and geometric sequences and use them to find new...
West Contra Costa Unified School District
Place a activity on sequences in your sequence of lessons. Scholars first learn the basics of geometric sequences, such as common ratios and then they write recursive and explicit formulas for geometric sequences.
I would consider this an outline and not a complete lesson. It would take a little work on your part because you would need to look on the internet for examples of Ojibwe art to show your pupils. They could explore the patterns that the...
Learners who view this video should gain a better understanding of the difference between a geometric sequence and an arithmetic sequence. The video includes an example of each, with step-by-step instructions on how to figure out which...
Create geometric art in your classroom. Learners use a ruler to mark lines on their paper, they then trace a lid to create a series of circles. They color in each circle using two tones or colors to create an interesting visual pattern.
National Gallery of Canada
Learners look at bands of colors and estimate how many rings of color there are. While working in groups, they come up with a plan of how to accurately count the rings. They attempt to find a pattern in the colors, and decide whether...
Dick Blick Art Materials
The Golden Ratio. The Divine Proportion. Yup. It's math and art blended into one colorful activity. Young artists combine colored tissue paper circles and parts of circles to create geometric patterns. As a bonus, kids get to figure out...
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