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Category Archives: Fibonacci
Eat Your Math Homework
My favorite new book for the math classroom is Eat Your Math Homework Recipes for Hungry Minds by Ann McCallum. Students won’t report to class claiming their dog ate their homework with activities such as the ones McCallum has cooked … Continue reading
Growing Patterns
In April I shared several books and ideas for learning more about the Fibonnaci sequence. Here is one more title to add to that collection, Growing Patterns by Sarah Campbell. Using stunning photographs, Campbell explores the appearance of the Fibonacci … Continue reading
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0, 1, 1, 2, 3, 5, 8, 13, 21, 34…
This famous sequence was first observed in 1202 by Italian mathematician Leonardo of Pisa, perhaps better known today as Fibonacci. Found in nature, this growing pattern has intrigued mathematicians for centuries. Students can explore the Fibonacci sequence using various math … Continue reading
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