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

recognize, describe, and extend patterns such as sequences of sounds and shapes or simple numeric patterns and translate from one representation to another; analyze how both repeating and growing patterns are generated.

Use this handy sheet to unlock the secret patterns of factors. It's quick, easy, and free! Let your third, fourth, or fifth grade students grab a highlighter and get started!

Your students can use this handy grid to find factors, identify prime and composite numbers, explore common factors and the Greatest Common Factor, and more! It provides a great confidence-booster as students learn to reduce fractions to lowest terms, or

Mathemagician Vi Hart Explains Spirals and Fibonacci Numbers in Doodles and Vegetables

Mathemagician Vi Hart Explains Spirals and Fibonacci Numbers in Doodles and Vegetables

Doodling in Math: Spirals, Fibonacci, and Being a Plant of Vi Hart talks about Fibonacci Numbers

Patterns Flipbook (foldable)                                                                                                                                                                                 More

Patterns Flipbook (foldable)

create geometric and number patterns that repeat, then growing patterns using both addition and multiplication.make 2 different shrinking patterns. then extend and predict a term for each of their patterns

Patterns (Number) Math Mystery: Case of The Poisonous Pizzas - A fun and engaging math activity!

Number Patterns Review: Growing, Geometric & Time Patterns

In this Patterns (Number) Math Mystery Activity: Case of The Poisonous Pizzas (GRADE students will be practicing number patterns to solve who is poisoning the pizzas in Mathhattan! No Prep required, this fun and engaging math activity will motivate your

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