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Kindergartners Host Pattern Museum

Posted on October 25, 2011

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Kindergarten boys have been learning all about patterns this fall.  Last Friday, at the conclusion of the pattern unit, the boys hosted a pattern museum filled with exhibits that they created from everyday objects. During the exhibition, the boys explained their patterns to the Headmaster, visiting teachers and other students, demonstrating their understanding of various concepts of patterns such as repetition, proportion, and symmetry. Patterns are central to math curriculum as they introduce theory and sequence at a basic level.

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