Action Math: Patterns by Ivan Bulloch

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How to invent new designs. Skills Index change a at shape into a threedimensional one 5 create patterns 14, 19, 21, 23, 30 dot patterns 17 repeating patterns 5, 25, 29 simple patterns 11, 12 symmetrical patterns 17 create shapes 14, 17, 21 t shapes together 23 invent new designs 25, 29, 30 match similar things 6, 11 recognize patterns 4 sort things into groups 6, 11 use familar shapes 29 use ideas about symmetry 12 reective symmetry 26 symmetrical patterns 17 Consultants Wendy and David Clemson are experienced teachers and researchers.

Here’s what you learn: how to create repeating patterns. how to use familiar shapes. how to invent new designs. 30 Stationery Try using different patterns to decorate cards, writing paper, and envelopes. Use brightly colored paper and make sure you leave enough room to write! You could use some of the patterns you have found in this book or make up some new ones. Cut or tear shapes from colored paper. Glue them down in a pattern. Use plastic shapes to print. Cut out a cardboard stencil. Hold it down rmly and dab on paint with a sponge.

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