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12 Twelve days of Christmas and Pascals triangle activity chart graphic organizer.
Attached you will find a Pascal "Christmas tree". This pattern can be found for free on the website printed on it. I did not create this template, so I am only attaching it as a reference to go along with the table t

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This activity is an introduction to the many mathematical properties found in Pascal’s Triangle. Your students will search for several different patterns among the numbers of the triangle. Intended for middle school students, Exploring Pascal’s Triangle includes these concepts:
• patterns
• sums
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Perhaps it’s the last days before winter break and you don’t want to start anything new. Let your students do something different and seasonal by filling in ornaments on Pascal’s tree while searching for number patterns.
This activity is an introduction to the many mathematical properties found in

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Create me a Mr. Potato Head Binomial Expansion using Pascal’s Triangle.
This activity includes 10 Binomial Expansion using Pascal’s triangle. Students use the answers for directions how to draw the Mr. Potato head. Each question has 4 multiple choice answers.
Example of problem: ____ is the 4th

Christmas is here!!! the endless replays of “The Twelve Days of Christmas” are no doubt a last syndrome in your ears. You’re attiring of the numerous parodies and, along with some economists, may even have been a-tallying up the costs of all those gifts. But have you stopped to think about the caro

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This is a project students really enjoy. Pascal's triangle has several unique patterns that show up with the numbers in the triangle. Students use their calculator to perform basic operations in addition, multiplication, division to find the patterns within the triangle. This is an introduction to

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In this engaging fun Google® activity your students will learn about Pascal’s triangle with a series of six interactive discovery activities. This resource and be used in the unit on Sequences and Series, especially when studying the Binomial Distribution Formula, (a + b)^nThey will digitally comple

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Also included in: Algebra 2 MEGA Bundle of Activities for Google Slides™ for Algebra 2 Curriculum

In this packet you will find:
* a one page template for a Pascal’s Triangle that students could fill in and use as a reference
* 20 task cards that students can use to practice using Pascal’s Triangle to expand binomial expressions, find specific terms in a binomial expansion, and answer several h

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Also included in: Pre Calculus Bundle - Second Semester (Vectors, Conic Sections, Sequences, etc)

This worksheet lets students explore an interesting property of polynomials - if you take the coefficients of (x+1) raised to consecutively higher powers, you'll end up with Pascal's triangle! Students who haven't seen Pascal's triangle enjoy finding patterns in the triangle, and students who has s

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This Puzzle Match Activity is part of:
☑ 2017 Google Interactive Membership {GROWING BUNDLE} - Cur

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Pascal's Triangle and The Binomial Theorem Task CardsStudents will practice finding terms within Pascal's triangle and using Pascal's triangle and the Binomial Theorem to expand binomials and find certain terms. There are 24 total cards divided as follows:Cards 1-2: Identify all elements within a ro

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What better way to have students practice finding patterns than by using an interactive bulletin board! This download comes with everything you need to print in order to create this amazing interactive math bulletin board or wall in your own classroom! Pascal's Triangle is an amazing math pattern th

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In this Smart Notebook file, there are 19 pages which illustrate:
* Pascal's Triangle
* Using Binomial Coefficients in Pascal's Triangle
* Practice on completing Pascal's Triangle
* 2 different activities with questions on:
- Finding the coefficient of a term - 6 Questions (with a det

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Included in this zip folder are 6 PDF files. 1 is an introduction and 5 are assignments. A brief description of each:
The intro is an 82 page file. It introduces the learner to:
1. How to develop Pascal's Triangle
3. How to use Pascal's Triangle to expand binomials
3. The difference in permutatio

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Included in this zip folder are 6 Power Point files. 1 is an introduction and 5 are assignments. A brief description of each:
The intro is an 82 slide file. It introduces the learner to:
1. How to develop Pascal's Triangle
3. How to use Pascal's Triangle to expand binomials
3. The difference in p

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This lab activity (done in groups of 3-4) develops Pascal's triangle using two different color chips. I usually use checkers but any sort of chips (even poker chips) will do. Students determine color arrangements with 1, 2, 3, etc disks. These pages are set up for "red" and "not red" but can easi

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Geometry Discovery Activity - Pascal's Triangle and Points around the Circle
This is a discovery activity that will let your student learn by themselves the relationship of points around the circle and Pascal's Triangle. With this activity student will learn that points around the circle form diffe

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Fun Christmas math activity! This Pascal's Triangle printable set has a few different versions. I made one with larger triangles and less numbers to fill in so you an teach the concept to older and younger kids. I also used the same two triangle sets and removes the star and trunk so you can use it

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Rooster's Off to See the World, by Eric Carle, is a beloved children’s book. Not only does the story engage children it can also serve as a foundation for many mathematical investigations for primary mathematicians. One interesting and important concept in mathematics is Pascal’s Triangle. The co

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This contains a puzzle to help students discover the pattern of Pascal's triangle, which will help them remember it.It also contains a foldable for Pascal's triangle that has examples for expanding binomials, finding a specific term of a binomial expansion, and finding a specific coefficient of a bi

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Also included in: GSE Algebra 2 Unit 2 Bundle

Have fun with your math this Valentine's Day with the Pascal's Triangle of Hearts activity!
Pascal's hearts offers great practice for addition and patterns. It's a nice change from traditional math worksheets for the holidays. Also, you can get creative in your coloring and patterns! Kids will re

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This is a set of activities designed to introduce students to a technique for finding the number of paths on a matrix from corner to another. In the beginning problems, students are permitted to use any technique they like, including the "brute force" method of tracing each and every path. Fortunate

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Audience: The audience varies, but students should at least have an understanding of Algebra including sequences and series, exponents, squaring binomials. However there are four activities in which Grades 2 - 6 could participate.
Goals and Objectives: Students will learn how to construct Pascal’s T

Want to give your math students a math-related Valentine? "Be My PASCALintine!" is an opportunity to encourage your math students to explore pattern's in Pascal's Triangle while earning a few bonus points. To earn the bonus points, students must first identify and complete the pattern, and then co

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