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Twisted Figures: Using Fibonacci's Sequence to Draw Trees
In this one-time class students will learn about Fibonacci's sequence and see how it can be used to draw natural figures like trees.
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Looking for a new twist to your learner's math curriculum? Math is all around us and we often don't even know we're looking at it. In Twisted Figures: Using Fibonacci's Sequence to Draw Trees, learners will explore one mathematical phenomenon that can be seen in nature: the Fibonacci Sequence. I will teach about the first several numbers in Fibonacci's sequence and show learners how to take that information and use it to create trees, leaves, and other natural phenomenon that follow the...
Students will know what Fibonacci's sequence is and learn how it can be recognized in art and nature.
I specialize in finding fun twists to standard curriculum to help my students build critical thinking skills as well as mathematical skills. By adding a new twist to a familiar topic we can expand our thinking to include new possibilities. I love finding fun applications for math in the real world. Fibonacci's sequence gives us clues about the universe while also looking beautiful. I want my students to see the beauty in numbers as well as nature.
Finish your drawings and explore nature to find more examples of Fibonacci's sequence.
I will provide a paper to print out before class. In addition to this, learners should have blank paper, pencils, and something to color with (either 7 or 21 colors are preferred but not required).
Learners will not need to use any apps or websites beyond the standard Outschool tools.
50 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
Kelly McGrathPremier Homeschool Consultants
783 total reviews
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Hi! I'm Kelly McGrath and I'm excited to help your child learn! I teach all core subjects but I add a special twist to each one. I want to help your child learn a new way to see the world, one class at a time. I believe that all children can...