Friday, September 2, 2016

# Fibonacci Fall LEGO Garden

Fall is around the corner and we decided that it's time for another Fibonacci LEGO garden - this time it's a Fibonacci fall LEGO garden.

## Fibonacci Numbers

Smarty learned about Fibonacci sequence when she was in the first grade, and "challenge group children" were given a problem to figure out what comes next in the sequence, 1, 1, 2, 3, 5,... She always found these problems fun, and she was thrilled to learn that this particular pattern, where the next number is produced from the sum of two previous numbers, has a special name - Fibonacci sequence. Later, she learned that Fibonacci sequence is not just mathematical - it's widely encountered in a natural world.

## LEGO Elements Needed

We used our vast "loose bricks" LEGO collection to build our garden. We used 1 LEGO plate, 1 LEGO mini figure, 2 "table tops", 3 pieces for the garden entry, 5 apples (I think they came to us originally with LEGO farm set), 8 "table legs", 13 fence pieces, 21 brown pieces of various sizes for the tree, 34 white 1x1 pieces for fence posts and 55 multicolor "LEGO dots" for leaves.

### Enjoy Your Garden

Now build your fall scene from your imagination. I think it turned out great this time - I like the twist of scattered "leaves".

## More Ideas about Fall and Leaves?

Check out this round up of ideas from many kid bloggers:

Fall Leaves Printable Play Dough Mat Pack from Play Dough & Popsicles
Learn About Leaves from Faith and Good Works
Leaf Activities for Kids from Look! We're Learning!
Building a "Real" Family Tree from Extremely Good Parenting
Leaves Read and Play from My Storytime Corner
Why Do Leaves Change Colors? from Slap Dash Mom
Follow my Fall Activities for Kids Pinterest board

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maryanne @ mama smiles said...

This makes my inner geek so happy :D

Ticia said...

I love it, and what a great take on a Fall activity.

An Almost Unschooling Mom said...

This just makes me smile.