• LezaCameron Zentangle simple shapes
  • Leza Cameron Zentangle simple shapes
  • Leza Cameron Zentangle simple shapes
  • Leza Cameron Zentangle simple shapes

Box Set 5 in 1: Zen Doodle Drawing Book: Best Shapes, Patterns, Elements of Zendoodle Art

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Hi Amanda! Great question. While I don’t know what the 6th grade standards are in your neighborhood, here’s what comes to mind. First, the modular structure of Zentangling makes me think there could be cool connections with fraction tasks and operations. Instead of just doing area models using rectangles, there could be Zentangle shapes as well. And students could make their own problems, too! Second, because of the way that Zentangles grow, they could be pair really nicely with Visual Patterns tasks, like those found here: This kind of pre-algebra task is something I sometimes did with 6th grade classes I taught. I hope those thoughts are useful to you. I’m also going to toss your question out to Twitter and see if other folks have some other ideas. Thanks for reading! I hope you’re enjoying the site.

Hi Amanda! Great question. While I don’t know what the 6th grade standards are in your neighborhood, here’s what comes to mind. First, the modular structure of Zentangling makes me think there could be cool connections with fraction tasks and operations. Instead of just doing area models using rectangles, there could be Zentangle shapes as well. And students could make their own problems, too! Second, because of the way that Zentangles grow, they could be pair really nicely with Visual Patterns tasks, like those found here: This kind of pre-algebra task is something I sometimes did with 6th grade classes I taught. I hope those thoughts are useful to you. I’m also going to toss your question out to Twitter and see if other folks have some other ideas. Thanks for reading! I hope you’re enjoying the site.

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