a math F.I.B.
Fill In the Blank for Fibonacci Day -
When is Fibonacci Day? November 23 of, course!
(or use this activity any day you feel mathematical or sequential).
Are you looking for a fun way to commemorate Fibonacci Day?
OR do you just need to engage your students as they practice finding the nth term or the sum of arithmetic and geometric sequences?
This resource takes care of that need.
I love finding activities that bring other disciplines into the math class. This happens more often in elementary and middle school, but the high school student typically does math-only in math class.
This activity engages math students in answering questions about sequences and then learning trivia facts about the life of Fibonacci. These questions probably won’t be on any history exam, but they are interesting to know.
Included are ten unique question.
An answer key is included.
Suggested ways to use the questions are included.
Check out the preview to see if this activity is right for your students.