How many letters in my name? You could turn this into a fraction activity for…

Use this sheet to help students discover how many letters are in their name.Students write each letter of their name in a box. They then count how many letters there are and write this in the big box. This would be good to go with Chrysanthemum.

Growing Pattern: Type 2

This activity helps analyze how growing and repeating patterns are generated, and also has the student continue the pattern.

Number Pattern Activities, Centers and Craftivities

Number Pattern Activities, Centers and Craftivities

This would be good to use with various grades, making the pieces fit with the grade needing it for.

Patterns: Growing Patterns (Extend) Practice Sheets - King Virtue's Classroom

Patterns: Growing Patterns (Extend) Practice Sheets - King Virtue's Classroom

Patterns: Growing Patterns (Extend) Practice Sheets - King Virtue's Classroom These practice sheets are great for practice and assessing students' ability to extend growing patterns. You can use one as a pre-test and the second as a post test.

Patterns: Growing Patterns (Create and Extend) Practice Sheets - King Virtue

Patterns: Growing Patterns (Create and Extend) Practice Sheets - King Virtue

Math Patterns, Math 2, Fun Math, Kindergarten Math, Teaching Math, Teaching Ideas, Third Grade Math, Grade 2, Second Grade


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