The number of petals in a flower consistently follows the Fibonacci sequence. Examples include the lily - 3 petals, buttercups - 5, chicory - 21, daisy - 34, and so on. Phi appears in petals via the ideal packing arrangement as selected by Darwinian processes; each petal is placed at 0.618034 per turn (out of a 360° circle) allowing for the best possible exposure to sunlight and other factors.

Sequencing Primer: 9 Ways to Plan a Yoga Class with sequence examples

Arithmetic Sequence: This packet contains worksheets on arithmetic sequence. These worksheets are great for differentiation and remediation.