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 Everything About Math! This blog is a place for fifth graders in Grand Forks, ND to share their thinking about math. The purpose of our blog is to communicate our learning through authentic interaction. We hope you will visit our page often and respond to our writing, thinking process, and problem solving.
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 5/14 Civil War Numbers 5/7 Multiplying Fractions 4/30 Solving Equations 4/18 Order in the Court!!! 4/18 Positive and Negative numbers 4/12 Connect 3 4/2 Blog Review 3/29 Awesome Site!!! 3/19 More Fraction Fun! 3/7 Magic Pen 2/22 The Best Fraction Problem! 2/15 Short Term Memory 2/8 Light Blue, Dark Blue 1/31 Fraction Flower 1/23 Fractions & Decimals & Percents... Oh my! 1/9 Warm Up! 1/3 Sliding Puzzle/Changing Places 12/12 More Angle Mania!!! 12/12 Pool Game 12/5 Tessellations 11/28 Eyeballing Game 11/21 Angle Mania!!!! 11/14 Measuring Angles 11/7 Drawing Cubes 10/24 Big Numbers 10/17 Reaction Times List 25, 50, all

Tessellations When you look at a piece of art, I bet you probably don't look to see if there is a tessellating pattern. A tessellation is a repeating pattern, like symmetry. There is often symmetry in a tessellating pattern. These four sites that I was on really showed me what tessellations are. If your two favorite subjects are math and art, I suggest that you try to make a tessellating pattern.

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