busy bag magnets and paper clips - counting at beginning of school - place value later in the year!  I love activites that can grow with the students!

"busy bags" I absolutely loved this one. These are jumbo craft sticks with magnet strips glued on. Then get some jumbo colored paper clips. They can sort colors or make any kinds of patterns with the paper clips.

Patterning Musical Chairs: Pass out manipulatives to students to create a pattern on their desk. Each student creates only 3 units of their pattern -- repeating or growing pattern. Extra manipulatives stay on table for the game. Play music as students travel around the room. When you stop the music, each student finds a desk -- must figure out the pattern at that desk and then add 1 more unit onto the pattern. At the end > return to their original desk & check their own pattern to see if it…

Term 1 Patterning Musical Chairs: Pass out manipulatives to students to create a pattern on their desk. Play music as students travel around the room. When you stop the music, add 1 more unit onto the pattern.

'Building' Our Knowledge of Addition...1 Tower At A Time!

'Building' Our Knowledge of Tower At A Time! Students could also be asked just to build a tower with the number of blocks they see on the card.

Picture books are an effective way to teach growing pattern lessons in kindergarten. Teaching math skills using the book, "One Duck Stuck," by Phyllis Root can help to introduce numerical patterns to young children.

Picture books are an effective way to teach growing pattern lessons in kindergarten. Teaching math skills using the book, "One Duck Stuck," by Phyllis Root can help to introduce numerical patterns to young children.

math tub ideas

staircase game for math tubs. Roll die, make a cube train that matches and stick on the corresponding 'step' on WS. If you roll the same number again, you lose your turn. First player to complete the staircase wins!

Teaching growing patterns

We& been discussing Growing Patterns in class this week and have been revisiting Repeating Patterns. We certainly had a lot of fun workin.

Maths - growing patterns. Sacred Valley of the Incas, Peru

The Sacred Valley of the Incas or the Urubamba Valley is a valley in the Andes of Peru, close to the Inca capital of Cusco and the ancient city of Machu Picchu., from Iryna

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