The Fascinating Fibonaccis

the fascinating fibonaccisThe Fascinating Fibonaccis – Did you know the beauty of numbers is replicated in nature? From shells to flowers, all seem to follow mathematical patterns. Fascinating facts about number sequences and their real life representation in nature. Another great creative commons book from Story Weaver and Pratham.

By: Shonali Chinniah, Hari Kumar Nair

If you enjoy learning about the Fibonacci series and mathematical numbers, see these two books wonderful maths books:

The Golden Ratio Coloring Book – a book celebrating the beauty of maths.

Steps of Wonder – a story about mathematical sequences



Sample Page from The Fascinating Fibonaccis:

Numbers. We use them everyday. To count, measure, call friends on the phone and even to find out what something costs.

But did you know you can also use numbers to create patterns – geometrical shapes, rangoli designs, and more? Did you know number patterns can be seen within patterns in nature?

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