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If you're on the lookout for great hands-on math activities for your upper elementary students, you're going to love the ideas at this blog post. Your 3rd, 4th, 5th, & 6th grade classroom or homeschool students are going to love the geometry, measurement, place value, area & perimeter, & games found here! You'll even get ideas for math concept sorts. Click through for all the details on how this can improve your math, STEAM, or project-based learning lessons. {third, fourth, fifth, sixth…

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For the Mandala flower, here is a step-by-step photo gallery. To do this you start at step 1 with 7 strings attached and 6 with Einhängeschlingen on 7 folded thread. Other threads are then inserted by most of us with an ordinary shoelace knot. Overall, you need 98 double threads for the flower in the tutorial! However, it is important that there are 7 at the beginning and at least 4 are inserted at every step.

For the Mandala flower, here is a step-by-step photo gallery. To do this you start at step 1 with 7 strings attached and 6 with Einhängeschlingen on 7 folded thread. Other threads are then inserted by most of us with an ordinary shoelace knot.