Algebra in Pictures
Today, let’s do something amazing to see how ordinary formal calculations can be replaced with pictures, or diagrams.Read More
This activity for practicing patterns and sequences is for all levels (including parents)!
- Take two rectangular pieces of colored paper and fold them in half. Round off the edges on the open side. [picture 1]
- Make two cuts on the folded side in order to have three equal parts. [picture 2]
- Place the two sides next to each other and begin weaving them together. Make sure you alternate between the colors.
- Parents write patterns/sequences and children weave in an empty strips of colored paper and this can be your very own Valentines Day Magic Square!
- Once your child is done weaving the heart, fill in a magic square number sequence and write answers together. You can find some examples of magic squares here.