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Patterns are essential to understanding, enjoying, & yes, LOVING math! U can introduce the wonderful Pascal’s Triangle at the end of Grade 3. Many complex math patterns appear here, in this beautifully simple construction. Blaise Pascal, a mathematician / philosopher in 17th century France, discovered this.u may want to research and share what led to this interesting discovery before working with it. Start with a simple pattern first, using color on unlined paper. continued comments

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#### ...make these cool string designs. what a great idea to use the multiplication tables then wear them!

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