Paper folding can be a useful tool of investigation for some students. Here are a few opportunities for using paper folding in the secondary mathematics classroom from difference of squares to an infinite geometric sequence. Directions are included as well as an extension activity for a learning station on paper folding to punch one hole and create a pattern.
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