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No Prep Ready-to-Go Printables! Explore number patterns in your classroom with this exciting Fibonacci resource!
Investigating the Fibonacci Sequence is a wonderful way to explore number and pattern through making authentic connections to the world we live in.
The Fibonacci numbers have been descr

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My students loved this project. After a unit on ratios and proportions, I did a mini-lesson on the Fibonacci Sequence and the Golden Ratio. This projects asks the kids to discover whether or not any of their body measurement ratios match the Golden Ratio. I saw lessons similar to this on the interne

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Students work with partners in this memorable activity. Each student must measure various lengths of his/her partner. When pairing up certain lengths, interesting patterns are discovered. The first three combinations result in nearly exact measurements. The final three combinations result in wha

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A Space to Create, Oil Pastel Animal Art Lesson.
With these oil pastel animals students learn about the golden ratio in their compositions, how to draw on an enlarged grid and how to blend colors to create value using oil pastels. This art lesson has a strong Math component and truly is a student fa

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This lesson teaches students about the Fibonacci Sequence and the Golden Ratio. The lesson explains the sequence by introducing the Fibonacci Rabbit problem and shows how the Golden Ratio is prevalent in nature, animals, and the cosmos.
Students will be exposed to the Golden Ratio and then will e

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Golden Ratio and Fibonacci Numbers
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In this webquest, students will answer 10 questions about the Golden Ratio, the number phi, and Fibonacci numbers. Students should have access to the internet to complete this activity. Answer key is included.
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This powerpoint shows several real world examples of phi, the golden ratio, and discusses the fibonacci sequence. Teacher can demonstrate the relationship between phi and the ratio of consecutive fibonacci numbers. Fibonacci spirals, Fibonacci and rabbit problem, phi in sea shells, phi in art, phi

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This lesson plan was designed for my Algebra class to celebrate Earth Day through the discovery of the Fibonacci Sequence and the Golden Ratio in nature. This file includes a lesson plan and activity/lab worksheet. This was rated as an Exemplary Resource on New York City ARIS.
New and Improved: Al

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Use this as an exploration into the world of ratios. Enjoy various activities that include golden ratio, the "bunny problem," the ratio of body parts, etc.

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This unit study was published 7/10/15
You also may like these two companion titles:
1). Fibonacci Numbers in Nature Unit Study with Lapbook & Notebook Templates! found at: https://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Product/Fibonacci-Numbers-in-Nature-Unit-Study-with-Lapbook-Notebook-Templates-1965387

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The golden ratio activity is broken into four parts. In part one students will measure rectangular objects found in the room and then record their data in a table. In part two they will create a scatter plot of the data. In part three they will use the graph to find the line of best fit for their da

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This product includes and in class exploration activity involving taking measurements of logos, as well as inputing data on a spreadsheet to observe the presence of the Golden Ratio in the logos. Students will explore logos found online and input measurements that evidence the Golden Ratio on a pro

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This activity is perfectly timed for St. Patrick’s Day. Engage students with the news article and hilarious accompanying video clip describing why McDonald's recently enlisted the help of engineers to develop the "spectacularly unnecessary" STRAW (Suction Tube for Reverse Axial Withdrawal) designed

After learning about the Golden Ratio, students take measurements of their face to determine how proportional their face is!

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Students measure the ratio of their arm length to their forearm length to be proportional to the ratio of their height to their leg length.
This leads to a discussion about Golden Proportions
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This lesson borrows directly for Math Class: The Golden Ratio (1:1.618). It involves students making golden rectangles of various sizes/proportions, and arranging them in an interesting composition. The design may be further embellished by adding other elements such as colour, texture, and cut-out

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Created by Kevin Kelley: In this assignment students explore the Golden Ratio, PHI. They will research and write about PHI found in art, nature, the human body, architecture etc. They will take measurements of a work of art or the human body and discover PHI for themselves. BE SURE to download the F

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This activity guides students through body measurements for which the relationship is the golden ratio. Students then draw connections to the Fibonacci sequence.

I am so excited to offer the following lab over Fibonacci and the Fibonacci Sequence as it relates to the Golden Ratio!
* Students are fascinated by what they learn from this very cool activity!
* The lab begins with an introduction to the mathematician known as Fibonacci (the traveler).
* The

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Students measure and compare different parts of their bodies to see if the human body contains a magic number.

Calling all Christian School Math teachers - Here it is! A powerful, easy way to integrate Biblical principles into your Math classroom. God Made Math is a thoughtful, user-friendly, supplemental curriculum that will open the eyes of young learners to the beauty of Mathematics and the ingenuity of i

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This is a short lab activity that you can use for enrichment in most classrooms. It can be adapted according to your needs but it suitable for active, self-guided learners.

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The students work in small groups/partners to measure their body and create ratios. Then they will try to find the golden ratio.

This PPT introduces and gives examples for the Golden Ratio for elementary aged students.

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The Golden Ratio

work sheet to figure out which face is closest to golden ratio

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Factoring Practice - Factor all types of polynomials:
These worksheets will help your students practice factoring polynomials. This is the DISCOUNTED full set of 7 GridWords puzzles for factoring. The sheets can also be purchased individually.
Each focuses on a different type of factoring:
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Factoring Polynomials - Factor Out a GCF:
This worksheet will help your students practice factoring polynomials with a greatest common factor.
This is one part of a larger set. You can purchase the DISCOUNTED set here if you are teaching all types of factoring:
Factoring Polynomials "GridWords" :

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Factoring Polynomials by Grouping - Practice / Review:
This worksheet will help your students practice factoring polynomials with four terms by grouping.
This is one part of a larger set. You can purchase the DISCOUNTED set here if you are teaching all types of factoring:
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This inquiry-based Scientific Revolution lesson puts students in the heart of the Scientific Revolution and Renaissance through the exploration of science and technology of the period. Visual learners will get hooked by drawing Fibonacci’s spiral and building a timeline. Kinesthetic learners will c

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Factoring Trinomials - Practice / Review:
This worksheet will help your students practice factoring trinomials with a leading coefficient of 1.
This is one part of a larger set. You can purchase the DISCOUNTED set here if you are teaching all types of factoring:
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Factoring Trinomials: Practice / Review:
This worksheet will help your students practice factoring trinomials with a leading coefficient greater than 1.
This is one part of a larger set. You can purchase the DISCOUNTED set here if you are teaching all types of factoring:
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You also may like these two companion titles:
1). Fibonacci Numbers in Nature Unit Study with Lapbook & Notebook Templates! found at: https://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Product/Fibonacci-Numbers-in-Nature-Unit-Study-with-Lapbook-Notebook-Templates-1965387
2). The Golden Ratio & the Great

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Questions to accompany the classic math film "Donald in Mathmagic Land". The film was originally released in 1959, and has a running time of 27 minutes. It covers a variety of math topics including Pythagoras, the golden ratio, and fractals in nature. The worksheet includes previewing, viewing an

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Factoring Polynomials - Difference of Two Squares:
This worksheet will help your students practice factoring polynomials representing a difference of two squares.
This is one part of a larger set. You can purchase the DISCOUNTED set here if you are teaching all types of factoring:
Factoring Polyn

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From The Wright Math:
A set of two partner worksheets with practice for solving proportions.
Students work together and on each worksheet, THE PROBLEMS ARE DIFFERENT, BUT THE ANSWERS WILL MATCH. These worksheets encourage great student collaboration without copying! Our students love it.
Each w

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Factoring Polynomials: Practice / Review:
This worksheet will help your students review factoring polynomials of all types.
This is one part of a larger set. You can purchase the DISCOUNTED set here if you are teaching all types of factoring:
Factoring Polynomials "GridWords" : FULL SET
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You'll be getting 45 graphics to teach about the Pythagorean Theorem.
10 Real Life Applications:
Shadow X2
Ladder x 2
See-saw
Inclined Plane
Spoon in Can
Luggage Size
TV size
Pyramid
9 Basic Triangles (Golden ratio)
16 Diagrams (8 Easy 8 Difficult)
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What a great television series to show to high-school level math students!
This references the 6th episode of the 1st season of the series entitled "Sabotage." It is about a case involving a train derailment.
Charlie is a mathematician and professor at the local university and his brother, Don, is

Introduce Students to the concepts of Golden Ratio and the Fibonacci Numbers as it applies to Math, Science and Art.
This Create and Educate 23 page Powerpoint shows students various examples of the Golden Ratio and introduces how artists use it to create more asthetically pleasing compositions.

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This is a great project idea to connect topics in Algebra 2 with the real world. This project could be presented after End of Course Exams. The students will take an Algebra 2 topic of their choice and relate to something in the real world. Some examples of real world problems the students could use

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Factoring Polynomials - Sum & Difference of Cubes:
This worksheet will help your students practice factoring polynomials representing a sum or difference of two cubes.
This is one part of a larger set. You can purchase the DISCOUNTED set here if you are teaching all types of factoring:
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This Unit Bundle teaches students about 7th Grade -Ratios and Proportions. Students will learn about ratios and proportions in their varying forms and representations and then they will apply their understanding to real world problems.
Students will learn several methods on how to determine whe

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This flipbook for similar polygons has three flaps. The first flap gives the definition of similarity and scale factor. There are two examples included on this flap. The next flap is called "Using Similar Figures" and has examples where students find the unknown side length. The bottom flap incl

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Now is the time to see how proportions can be applied to bone lengths, pulse, speeds, and distance.
To expand with the concepts making and solving proportions, students will compare their indoor and outdoor pulses for motionless and active situations. They will determine the distance of each lane

This Unit Bundle teaches students about 7th Grade -Ratios and Proportions. Students will learn about ratios and proportions in their varying forms and representations and then they will apply their understanding to real world problems.
Students will learn several methods on how to determine whe

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This Unit Bundle teaches students about 7th Grade -Ratios and Proportions. Students will learn about ratios and proportions in their varying forms and representations and then they will apply their understanding to real world problems.
Students will learn several methods on how to determine whe

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CLICK HERE to purchase this same PowerPoint PLUS the worksheet for less money on HoleStudies.com
THE GOAL
To explain and show many examples of the famous Fibonacci sequence and how it’s in absolutely everything around us!
GOOD FOR ALL AGES!
Can be used as young as elementary school all the way in

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For: Upper Elementary students to High School students.
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Multiply/Divide by by Powers of 10
Powers of 10
Inequalities
Integer Exponents
Square Roots
Linear Functions: Slope
Linear Functions: y=mx
Linear Functions: y=mx + b
Adding Integers
Multiply/Divide Integers
Quadratic Functions:

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GEOMETRY WORD WALL
• SHOCK YOUR SUPERVISORS and COLLEAGUES with a year-round ROTATING DISPLAY of hundreds of colorful posters in your classroom!
• Give your students a unique visual perspective to help them to retain complex math vocabulary.
The set of 135 POSTERS illustrates the mathematical term

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This activity can be used when teaching a ratio and proportion unit, or after introducing the golden ratio. Students will explore how the human body tends to have similar ratios from person to person. This lesson was used in a discovery education setting where students were broken up into groups. Ea

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