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View the puzzle [Problems Library] [Dr. Math] [Math Tools] [T2T] [Other] [Standards] In the Quilting Squares problem students are asked questions about the amount of fabric needed to make a quilt given a pattern requiring three colors of fabric. This PoW could be used to introduce and/or reinforce algebraic expressions in:
If you have something to share with us as you use any of the links or suggestions on this page (something you tried and changed or a new idea), we would love to hear from you. Please email us. Stars indicate particularly interesting or good places to begin browsing. Problems Library: - Algebra: Factoring Quadratic Equations Ask Dr. Math Archives: FAQ: Learning to Factor [top] Math Tools: - Math 7: Factor [top] Teacher2Teacher Archives: - Algebra Help FAQ [top] Other Resources Understanding Algebraic Factoring Other Resources - Quilting - Quilts and Quilting - Newsletter issue with many links to sites on quilting. In addition, this Newsletter by Walter McKenzie, suggests the following children's literature:Eight Hands Round by Ann Paul [top] Alignment to the NCTM Standards - Grades 6-8 Algebra |
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