This 11-slide PowerPoint and 13-page study guide introduces nature's hexagons along with a brief introduction to high school Euclidean geometry's typical textbook hexagon study. Hexagons, one of nature's five most commonly repeated patterns, including the five-pointed star, branching pattern, circular patterns and lines, are found in some of the most unusual places. Hexagons can be found in crystal formations and the compound eyes of butterflies and Arctic shrimp! Enjoy this exploration into nature's patterns! This unit study is part of NatureGlo's MathArt live online class. If interested in NatureGlo's live online classes you can enquire via email at [email protected]
Who is it for?
Suggested for Grades 5 - 12
Your little scientist
Study guide includes the following:
13-page study guide
PowerPoint review questions
MathArt class website links with project suggestions
Scoring rubric for student projects or activities
Answer key for PowerPoint review questions
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About the Seller
Gloria Brooks, aka Natureglo, is founder and director of Natureglo's eScience, an eLearning center that serves homeschoolers, schoolers and teachers virtually. She holds a BA in K-12 education with certificates for completing the Kamana I and II programs from the Wilderness Awareness School. Her non-faith based or neutral worldview courses and curriculum are welcoming to families from all faiths and non-faith based backgrounds. She has been teaching K-12 since 1997, outdoor education since 2003 and conducting live online math enrichment and science classes since 2011.