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Multiplication and Division: Decimals: COOP-HSPT Arithmetic

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Stitchy Coil Trinket Bowl

Annabel Wrigley FunStitch Studio ePub

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Stitchy Coil Trinket Bowl

What Do I Need?

Cotton clothesline (can be found in a hardware store)

Gluestick

¼ yard of quilting-weight fabric

Fun-colored thread

Basic sewing supplies

special skills

•Refer to The Rules of Sewing

Prepare the Pieces

Cut strips of fabric ½˝ × the full width of the fabric, selvage to selvage. You should only need around 4 or 5 strips.

Let’s Make It

Cut a piece of clothesline approximately 75˝ long.

Apply some glue to the tip of a fabric strip.

Glue the strip to the cotton clothesline and begin wrapping the fabric around the clothesline on an angle, making sure to wrap tightly and with the fabric strip overlapping each time around the clothesline.

1.When you get to the end of a fabric strip, simply apply some glue and then start on a new strip.

2.Continue wrapping until you have filled the length of clothesline.

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Polygons and an Introduction to Logic

Michael Buckley Saddleback Educational Publishing PDF

Name

Date

Types of Polygons

The term polygon is a term that means “many–sided”. Look at the figures below. Those to the left are polygons, while the figures to the right are not polygons.

A

B

D

C

E

Polygons

F

Not Polygons

Use the figures above to identify characteristics of a polygon. Circle the term in each pair that makes the statement true.

1. The figures on the left are polygons because their sides are made of

.

.

One of the figures above (Figure E) has a side made of an

other segments.

2. In the figures on the left, each segment intersects with

One of the figures on the right (Figure D) has some of its sides intersecting with segment. other segments.

3. In the figures on the left, each segment intersects with

One of the figures on the right (Figure F) has some of its sides intersecting with segments.

Complete the statements below defining polygons.

Sides

Name

Sides

Name

A polygon is a closed figure made of a

3

triangle

7

heptagon

lying certain number of in the same plane. In a polygon, each side

4

quadrilateral

8

octagon

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"M" Words: SSAT-ISEE Essential Vocabulary

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