Mathematical Patterns in Nature
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- Online Session via Zoom
From the petals of flowers to the migration of birds, mathematical patterns are everywhere. Over eight weeks, students will develop observational skills in an integrated literacy, mathematics, and science unit of study. Through the lens of investing plants and trees, students will explore topics that include fractals, shapes, and symmetry. Mathematical Patterns in Nature is a really cool course designed for students grades K-2 Primary. Each participant will receive a STEM kit with supplies and materials, if applicable. GRADES: K-2 Primary REQUIRED TEXT: My Leaf Book - Written and Illustrated by Monica Wellington ADDITIONAL INFORMATION: Registration covers up to 3 students in a family for a course. Please indicate the names of each child in a family registering for a course. The event will kick-off with parent orientation and Q&A session Saturday, Sept. 12, 10 a.m. to 11 a.m. Central. To view the parent orientation recording at your convenience, copy and paste this link to a web browser - https://youtu.be/65oMMrbWZOE For questions or concerns about accessibility, special programming, or finding a course for your child, please contact the BEAC's Program Director at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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