This resource was put together to get students thinking about fractals and patterns in nature. It will get students thinking in new ways about the natural world around them.
There is a poster of Benoit Mandelbrot, the scientist/mathematician who discovered and coined the term fractal, two pages showing pictures of patterns and fractals in nature, a scavenger hunt recording sheet for students, and ideas and references for follow-up activities.
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