A descriptive study monitored the development of 53 preschoolers' mathematical patterning
skills in two similar preschools, one of which implemented a 6-month intervention promoting patterning
So even at Utopia Planitia, hidden ice could still be patterning
the Martian landscape.
Samuel Daniel describes the first dance of the twelve goddesses in his masque from 1604, a dance which took place in "the midst of the hall," as "being performed with great majesty and art, consisting of divers strains framed into motions circular, square, triangular, with other proportions exceeding rare and full of variety."(93) In Hymenaei (1606) and Masque of Queens (1609) the dancers formed both geometric patterns and alphabetic figures.(94) In the text of one of the songs in the masque, The Vision of Delight (1617) the dances are described as "curious knots and mazes"(95) thus indicating that not only were these dances ones with geometrical patterning
, but that the same words were used to describe both the dance patterns and the patterns used in the formal gardens.
A Vision (for W.B.), 1996, is a collage that luxuriates in the musicality of visual patterning
. Engraved cloud forms, mists, light rays, and swirling radiances are arranged in stripes and squares.
They had expected that spinodal dewetting should produce an ordered patterning
of holes in liquid polystyrene-on-silicon films, which have been popular for studying the process.
activities are a staple of the kindergarten curriculum.