# Patterning Math

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As teachers, I think it's a good idea to try to find learning opportunities outside of the four walls of our classrooms. Most of us do field trips here and there but I'm talking about teaching regular

Art & Math for Kids: Create geometric designs using paper shapes! ~BuggyandBuddy.com

Curriculum: - draw lines of symmetry of 2D shapes - identify and compare different types of QUADRILATERALS (e.g., rectangle, square, trapezoid, parallelogram, rhombus, kite) and sort them by their...

Here's a post with a wealth of ideas for setting up a patterning kit or station.

Posted Originally on January 18, 2012 This week we are focusing on patterns in math. We are going over repeating patterns and growing ...

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. This set includes: 2 practice sheets 2 answer keys En...

Curriculum: - draw lines of symmetry of 2D shapes - identify and compare different types of QUADRILATERALS (e.g., rectangle, square, trapezoid, parallelogram, rhombus, kite) and sort them by their...

Growing patterns with pattern blocks.

This Family Math Night 'What Do You Notice?' activity focused on triangular numbers and, for the little guys, shapes.

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Pattern block STEM challenge for kids! These pattern block STEM challenges are an easy way to work on problem solving, geometry, math vocabulary... even beginning fractions! Perfect for summer math fun or STEM Centers! #STEMboxes #STEMforkids #TheSTEMLaboratory

Self Directed - Good for distance learning#DistanceLearningTPTThis is my patterns unit for grade two. There are a total of 36 pages that cover the topics below. I usually do this unit right before my skip counting unit. In my district we are not required to cover decreasing/ shrinking patterns but I...

Do you need a fun activity to teach about triangular numbers!

We have been investigating patterns in class meetings and during Thinking and Learning Time. Students have been noticing patterns on their clothing and creating patterns using a variety of materials! We set up a provocation for them to create patterns using natural materials. Students began creating beautiful patterns on the light table and on mirrors. During Thinking and Learning Time, students were creating patterns and then writing about them! She cut out the paper and glued them together…

Self Directed - Good for distance learning#DistanceLearningTPTThis is my patterns unit for grade two. There are a total of 36 pages that cover the topics below. I usually do this unit right before my skip counting unit. In my district we are not required to cover decreasing/ shrinking patterns but I...

growing patterns grade 4 - Google Search