Here is another fun way for your Kindergarten, 1st grade, 2nd grade, and 3rd grader can practice skip counting – with these FREE fun maze worksh

FREE Set of Skip Counting Mazes 2-10

Here is another fun way for your Kindergarten, grade, grade, and grader can practice skip counting with these FREE fun maze worksh

Here's a lesson plan, board game, and task cards for thinking about numerical patterns.                                                                                                                                                                                 More

Here& a lesson plan, board game, and task cards for thinking about numerical patterns.

Repeating Patterns, Number sequences, Finding a Rule in a Table, Equations under the Sea, Comparing Expressions (All Under the Sea theme)                                                                                                                                                                                 More

Repeating Patterns, Number sequences, Finding a Rule in a Table, Equations under the Sea, Comparing Expressions (All Under the Sea theme)

Growing Patterns

This week, I struggled through teaching the concept of growing patterns. I turned to my favorite math book (Kathy Richardson) for help.

16 skip counting sequences - missing numbers. This resource is labeled for grades 3-5, but if you're using Everyday Math, this shows up in late first grade. Would be a nice challenge activity for advanced students!

This resource is labeled for grades but if you're using Everyday Math, this shows up in late first grade. Would be a nice challenge activity for advanced students!

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