encourages students to apply the patterns in Pascal's Triangle.
A teacher instructional plan with mathematical background, answer and challenge is included to explain how to present this problem.
The What's in the Gift division worksheets encourage students to apply their multiplication facts to division and algebraic situations.
Choose a level that is appropriate for your student.
For example, try multiplication facts with graph paper by making rectangles, coloring them, and finding the answers by counting.
The coordinate geometry activity is a little more involved, but should be fun for students who have some experience with coordinate geometry.
Once students experience the first two or three iterations of the Koch Snowflake, they will need to see a computer-generated version in order to see how the perimeter of this snowflake increases through many iterations.
Pascal's Penguins - 2 introduces a larger version of Pascal's triangle and encourages students to identify the different patterns within the triangle and use these patterns to fill in the missing penguin numbers.
Have a very Merry Christmas and enjoy your time with family and friends.
The Santa's Route activity is quite a challenge to complete if you are interested in the "correct" answer to the last question.