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...

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.

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. In some cases it was a term that was quite high..the 42nd term... sometimes it was much closer...the 10th term, but what I did ask is that they use at least 3 diff methods. P1

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Exploring Growing Patterns with Snap Cubes

While perusing Mathwire , a photo under Investigating Growing Patterns inspired me to try a lesson with snap cubes . (Ironically, I'd just .

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