# Patterns

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Here's a lesson plan, board game, and task cards for thinking about numerical patterns.

I finished our math unit on Patterns. I created some pattern problems and an assessment sheet to use to help with report card grading. I read the problem aloud and let the kids decide if they need help they could stay on the rug or get up and work independently. I have some sample of children work, and the download is below. On this sheet, if they thought something was too difficult they could make an H and circle it. I had a lot of students put H's in different spots. They could make a…

Math - Patterns in tables anchor chart for school. education

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susan akins posted Counting snow man craft to their -Preschool items- postboard via the Juxtapost bookmarklet.

This set of 20 task cards is perfect for workstations. Students use addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division to complete the tables. Student response sheet is included with answer key.

Use the book Two of Everything to introduce students to the doubling pattern. Students will enjoy the story and predict what will happen ea...

Here's a set of 32 question cards on growing patterns. These are available in 2 different files from ProTeacher. You must login to download. (Membership is free.)

Fun and engaging multiplication practice free printable pages. Input/output. Find the multiplication codes and solve the problems!

I generally begin my year teaching place value. This year I decided to mix it up a bit and begin the year with an algebra unit using patterns. In fourth grade, this includes patterns with shapes, symbols, and numbers, and input / output function tables. I wanted to begin the school year with something that would hook my students and allow every child an opportunity to feel confident about math. Since they have been creating and finding patterns since pre-k or before, I figured this unit was…

Next week we will be learning about GROWING patterns and review REPEATING patterns. We will make a venn diagram to compare and contrast the two types. Then, we are going to go on a pattern hunt around the classroom. I have 10 items around the classroom (which are numbered 1-10) and each student will walk around the classroom with their clipboard and decide if each pattern is a growing or repeating pattern. :) Click here to download the Growing or Repeating activity. Books I love about…