Fall Candy Patterns. So simple to prep and fun to play! This would be a great math center for preschool, kindergarten or first grade.

Fall Patterns for Kids

Fall Candy Patterns for Kids. Fun {and tasty!} way to practice patterns. This would make an awesome fall math center.

A visual anchor poster all about pattern. The poster displays the different types of pattern (repeating and growing) with clear visual examples and key vocabulary. Ideal for any maths area or display.

A visual anchor poster all about pattern. The poster displays the different types of pattern (repeating and growing) with clear visual examples and key vocabulary. Ideal for any maths area or display. Tap the link to check out sensory toys!

1st grade math stations: unifix cubes patterns

Math stations are up and running and I want to share some pictures of how our first full week of stations went. I introduced our pocket cha.

Name Patterns: A fun first week of school activity that makes a great jumping board into our math work in patterns.

*** I would have to adjust this big time for my kids but I still think it would be a ton of fun! Name Patterns: A fun first week of school activity that makes a great jumping board into our math work in patterns.

Pattern Fish! Students read the book Pattern Fish by Trudy Harris and create their own pattern fish to display!

Pattern Fish!

Here's a nice post about using the book PATTERN FISH by Trudy Harris to teach patterns. Includes 3 different fish templates and examples of student projects.

This product can help teachers to teach their students to see patterns.  With this activity students have to decide if the pictures create a pattern or not.  Then they sort the picture sets by "patterns" and "not patterns."Created by Jessica HamiltonHanging Out in First!

Jessica Hampton, TPT, free=This product can help teachers to teach their students to see patterns. With this activity students have to decide if the pictures create a patter.

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