Exploring and Creating Patterns ~ Making Patterns FREE Printable Pack Included | This Reading Mama

Exploring and Creating Patterns {FREE Printable Included}

I love these simple and free Skittles Pattern Cards! This is a great way for kids to work on recognizing patterns!

Creating Patterns With Skittles {FREE Printable!}

Creating Patterns With Skittles {FREE Printable!} - I love these simple and free Skittles Pattern Cards! This is a great way for kids to work on recognizing patterns!

Patterns in Kindergarten: "Guess what's next. What could it be? There's a pattern that you can see. Guess what's next. Can you tell? Guess by the time you hear the bell."

Great for lesson hook! Patterns in Kindergarten: "Guess what's next. There's a pattern that you can see. Guess what's next. Guess by the time you hear the bell.

My students love to make patterns and would enjoy this activity! I would simplify it for my 4 year olds :)

Patterning with Fruit Loops.Aiden and I do this with Fruit Loops, Multi-grain Cheerios, raisins, pretzels, etc.

Who's Who and Who's New: Patterns, Patterns, Everywhere!

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.

Tons of math teaching ideas like adding magnets to the backs of pattern blocks to create sorts on a magnet cookie sheet.

Need some new teacher tricks up your sleeve for MATH? I am really excited to share some of my favorite math teaching ideas that I use for i.

Learn how one special education teacher went from hating learning math to loving teaching it through the use of adapted math books. These math activities work great for your early childhood, elementary, middle school, and high school students in the sped classroom. Topics include 1:1 correspondence to 20, coins, more or less, big or little, patterns, shapes, and number sequencing. Click through for all the details now!

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