Pattern worms: Easy and fun way to assess patterns while working on fine motor skills!

Yesterday we went up to Oklahoma City so my daughter could receive a Poetry Award (she won place in the 2015 Oklahoma Lore Youth Poetr.

The Groovy Teacher: Pete the Cat Patterns and a Math Freebie

The Groovy Teacher: Pete the Cat Patterns and a Math Freebie. Students can practice making an AB pattern, ABC, ABB, AABB pattern

Number Pattern Cards w/ Printable

A set of 40 number pattern cards that can be laminated and reused. Includes counting patterns in and up to 100 both forwards and backwards.

Continue the pattern (click for easy directions) and other awesome activities for composing shapes in geometry

Composing Shapes in 1st Grade

Here's a foldable on pattern where students illustrate an example of each pattern "unit" inside.

Use this patterns foldable to have students show understanding of each pattern unit. Students illustrate an example of each "unit" inside foldable.

This set of 40 Patterning Task Cards reviews the concepts of pattern rules, finding the next term in a pattern, using algebraic expressions to describe patterns and graphing patterns. Wether you use this as a unit introduction, math centre, or review activity, your students will love this activity. An answer sheet and answer key are included.

Patterning Task Cards

This set of 40 Patterning Task Cards reviews the concepts of pattern rules, finding the next term in a pattern, using algebraic expressions to describe patterns and graphing patterns. Wether you use this as a unit introduction, math centre, or review activity, your students will love this activity. An answer sheet and answer key are included.

Encourage your child to practice skip counting by turning number patterns into an interactive game of catch. It will get your child moving and learning, ball in hand!

Count 'N Catch: A Skip Counting Game

Skip counting is an everyday routine in 2nd grade.  These NO PREP practice pages makes it easy for teachers to give a fast formative assessment.  Students are also asked to highlight what patterns they notice! $1 !!!!

Skip Counting By...Practice

Pattern/Attributes anchor chart

Hi everyone, it is Jane checking in with a few ideas for teaching patterns in math. I just moved down to grade two from grade five so it h.

Here's a nice anchor chart for patterns.

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!

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