Grade 1 Number Patterns

Collection by Mary Beth Robinson

Mary Beth Robinson
Hundreds Chart Teaching Tool. Love using this in math centers. Math Resources, Math Activities, 1 More 1 Less Activities, Mental Maths Games, Maths Games Ks2, Number Line Activities, Place Value Activities, Math Strategies, Teaching Tools

Free Hundred Chart and 10 Ways to Use It - Playdough To Plato

Activity for ages 4 to 8. A hundred chart is a surprisingly simple way to teach a lot of math skills. For instance, you can use a hundred chart to teach kids number sequencing {1, 2, 3}, patterns {each column on the chart ends in the same digit} and skip counting {10, 20, 30, etc.}. Grab your free […]

For math tier, Free number sense mystery puzzles! What a fun way to practice place value in kindergarten or first grade. Maths Guidés, Math Classroom, Kindergarten Math, Teaching Math, Number Sense Kindergarten, Multiplication Practice, Number Sense Activities, Math Activities, Math Games

Number Sense Mystery Puzzles - The Stem Laboratory

Developing number sense is something that takes kids time and a lot of effort, but these Number Sense Mystery Puzzles make learning exciting and challenging! This post contains Amazon affiliate links. Getting Ready Prepping this math activity was quick and easy! I started by printing out a few copies of the 100 chart and the […]

These interactive task cards are perfect for reviewing number patterns with your grades 1's, grades 2's, and grades 3's.  Students complete the engaging task cards on their handheld devices or on the computer.  Students read and review increasing, decreasing, and repeating number patterns.  For the younger grades, students will practice growing and shrinking number patterns up to 100. Teaching Patterns, Math Patterns, Number Patterns, Algebra Activities, Math Activities For Kids, Math Resources, Classroom Resources, Teaching Numbers, Math Numbers

Math - Patterning - Amazing authors make awesome learning content! Students order, count forwards, and count backwards by 1’s, 2’s, 3's, and 5’s up to 100. Students also identify growing patterns and shrinking patterns through the use of repeated addition or subtraction of 1’s, 2’s, and 5’s.