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  • A Matter of Pattern 

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    In this lesson, students create and predict patterns formed when making paper snowflakes and learn that patterns may be predicted based on observation.

    K,1,2
  • Shapes at Work 

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    In this lesson, students look at shapes in the natural and designed world, investigate ways shapes can be used, and design and build structures.

    3,4,5
  • Finding Satisfactory Solutions 

    Lesson

    In this lesson, students explore the creative aspects of problem-solving and practice creative problem-solving strategies in the context of a story problem.

    6,7,8
  • Shape Hunt 

    Lesson

    In this investigation, students look for examples of patterns and shapes in both the natural and designed world.

    K,1,2
  • The Fibonacci Sequence 

    Lesson

    In this lesson, students will explore the Fibonacci sequence. They will identify the pattern among the Fibonacci numbers, look for applications of these numbers, and explore the ways that this pattern can be seen in nature.

    6,7,8
  • What's in a Shape? 

    Lesson

    By using tangram shapes, children learn the relationships between shapes, for instance, that two identical right isosceles triangles fit together to form a square.

    3,4,5
  • It Counts 

    Lesson

    This lesson will help students understand how numbers are assigned to objects

    K,1,2
  • Marble Mania 

    Lesson

    This lesson explores how probability is determined and why the number of times you try an experiment can affect the outcome.

    3,4,5
  • Estimation and Measurement 

    Lesson

    In this lesson, students practice measuring in an exploratory environment to develop familiarity with the concepts and tools of measurement.

    K,1,2
  • Bag the Beans 

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    In this lesson, students will learn to see numerical relationships and how to solve complex problems by manipulating objects and solving equations.

    3,4,5
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