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Paper Models of Polyhedra The Fibonacci Numbers and Golden section in Nature - 1 This page has been split into TWO PARTS. This, the first, looks at the Fibonacci numbers and why they appear in various "family trees" and patterns of spirals of leaves and seeds. The second page then examines why the golden section is used by nature in some detail, including animations of growing plants. 0, 1, 1, 2, 3, 5, 8, 13, 21, 34, 55, 89, 144, 233, 377, 610, 987 ..More.. 1 Rabbits, Cows and Bees Family Trees Let's look first at the Rabbit Puzzle that Fibonacci wrote about and then at two adaptations of it to make it more realistic. 1.1 Fibonacci's Rabbits The original problem that Fibonacci investigated (in the year 1202) was about how fast rabbits could breed in ideal circumstances. Suppose a newly-born pair of rabbits, one male, one female, are put in a field. How many pairs will there be in one year? At the end of the first month, they mate, but there is still one only 1 pair. The number of pairs of rabbits in the field at the start of each month is 1, 1, 2, 3, 5, 8, 13, 21, 34, ...

3D Paper Owl from mmmcrafts The gifted Larissa from mmmcrafts is here sharing her amazing talents with an unbelievable 3D paper owl. Larissa writes… Left: art made with this tutorial, Right: art made with alternate colors (see note at the end of the tutorial) Hey, Craft Campers! This 3D paper owl art project is for you and your crafty older kids, say around 11-ish years and up, who can wield a pair of scissors, handle smallish pieces and follow placement instructions carefully. Moms: You can definitely young this down by cutting out the shapes for younger kids, and skipping the pop dots and folding. Alrighty young crafters, here’s what you will need to make the nighttime owl pictured above: my PDF download with all the pattern pieces (get it here)printerrulerclear tapebutter knife for scoring8.5 x 11 piece of poster board (you can cut one from a larger piece)8.5 x 11 inch heavy scrapbooking paper in the following colors: orange, brown, dark teal, black, light brown, red, and yellow. Got all that together?

Effective Teachers of Numeracy in Primary Schools: Teachers' Beliefs, Practices and Pupils' Learning. Paper presented at the British Educational Research Association Annual Conference (September 11-14 1997: University of York) Abstract This paper reports on part of a study examining the links between teachers' practices, beliefs and knowledge and pupil learning outcomes in the development of numeracy with pupils aged five to eleven. 1 Aims of the study The aims of the study Effective Teachers of Numeracy, funded by the UK's Teacher Training Agency (TTA) were to: identify what it is that teachers of five to eleven year olds know, understand and do which enables them to teach numeracy effectively; suggest how the factors identified can be more widely applied. The working definition of numeracy used by the project was a broad one: Numeracy is the ability to process, communicate and interpret numerical information in a variety of contexts. Evidence was gathered from a sample of 90 teachers and over 2000 pupils on what the teachers knew, understood and did and outcomes in terms of pupil learning.

Archimedean solid "Identical vertices" are usually taken to mean that for any two vertices, there must be an isometry of the entire solid that takes one vertex to the other. Sometimes it is instead only required that the faces that meet at one vertex are related isometrically to the faces that meet at the other. This difference in definitions controls whether the elongated square gyrobicupola is considered an Archimedean solid or a Johnson solid: it is the unique convex polyhedron that has regular polygons meeting in the same way at each vertex, but that does not have a global symmetry taking every vertex to every other vertex. Based on its existence, Branko Grünbaum (2009) has suggested a terminological distinction in which an Archimedean solid is defined as having the same vertex figure at each vertex (including the elongated square gyrobicupola) while a uniform polyhedron is defined as having each vertex symmetric to each other vertex (excluding the gyrobicupola). Origin of name Properties

LE KIRIGAMI & LES CARTES POP UP | THE LADIES PAPER Vous connaissiez l’origami et bien découvrez désormais le kirigami où l’art de la découpe du papier. Pour la petite seconde culturelle, Kiru signifie « couper » et Kami « papier », ils ont mis un G entre les deux, ne me demandez pas pourquoi. Le Kirigami se voit beaucoup dans les faire-parts de mariage, de baptême, les cartes d’anniversaire. La carte Pop Up est une carte en 3D. Là vous me dites « bah c’est un kirigami alors ! Ci-dessous plusieurs vidéos et tutoriaux pour vous initier à cet art du papier. Voici plusieurs sites pour retrouver des tutoriaux ou des patrons. kirigamis gratuits en folie www.uncledean.net www.creativepopupcards.com www.kirigami.fr www.robertsabuda.com www.teteamodeler.com www.peterdahmen.de A vos ciseaux et papiers ! Image en couverture : www.eastchesterlibrary.org Article écrit par Lady Cupcake J'aime : J'aime chargement…

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Mr A, Mr C and Mr D Present KS2 Songs Welcome Teachers, Children and Parents! We've been seeing huge numbers of hits from teachers lately but also a growing number of children and parents logging onto our blog, leaving comments and sharing songs with their friends. Thank you, one and all.This week Mr A, who is becoming more obsessed with funky beats by the day, has a song about fractions to help you understand a complex issue in maths. Wait! Hold on! What's this? Download the lyrics Fractions Frrrrractions x2I can't do fractionsYes you can Over half the battle is believingFractions might look tough They might leave you seethingBut just get through these teething problemsAnd keep persistent and resist the thoughtThat fractions are toughBecause you know - you can do itChorus Understand my fractions I understand my fractions, yeah I understand my fractions I understand my fractionsBut what do fractions look like? Now listen to how it's really done! Be sure to come back next Tuesday!

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