Native Americans roast sunflower seeds and ground them into flour for bread or pound them to release an oil for cooking and for making body paint. Look at a live sunflower or a detailed picture of one. A sunflower has two distinct parallel rows of seeds spiraling clockwise and counterclockwise.
The seeds are Fibonacci numbers, typically 34 going one way and 55 going the other way, although sometimes they are 55 and Find other natural examples of Fibonacci patterns.
Good places to look include pinecones, pineapples, artichokes, and African daisies. Gorman and 28 other Navajo volunteers turned their native language into a secret code that allowed Marine commanders to issue reports and orders and to coordinate complex operations.
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Just like Daily 5, the structure of Math Daily 3 provides students with the support and practice they need to develop independence, accountability, and proficiency toward personalized goals. To read moare about my roll and answer games click here. However, this step is essential for conceptual learning. After solving the multiplication problem, teach your students to rewrite the problem as a division problem to build out the fact family. Once students learn your expectations around competitions, you will see high levels of student engagement. Christmas Tree Math Addition. Here is a fun little activity for you to use in class or to send home with your students for the long weekend.
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How full? How much? Measure Scoops of Vegetables for Soup. Measure Rice for a Rainbow Discovery Bottle. Measure Rocks for Terrariums.
Measure Salt to Make Play dough. Measure Liquid for Discovery Bottles. Measure Soil for Seeds. Measure Soap to Make Bubble Paint. Count the Circles for the Snowman. We learn about and draw shapes in many ways. In our journals with stickers, puzzles, overhead projector, cookie cutters at the play dough table, etc. Why devote one specific time for each one? We are exposed to all of them each day! Press Triangles into Playdough.
Stamp Shapes with Toys. Stamp Circles with Paper Tubes. Explore S hapes at the Sensory Bin.
Sort Shapes by Color. Color and Number Recognition in Small Groups.