Great end of the year activity- engaging and time-consuming

Get Colorful with Doodle Names

Doodle Names drawing activity for kids.Let's doodle.perfect activity while listen to read aloud stories on tape.

Growing Patterns

New Adventures in First Grade: Math--growing patterns Whole Group on overhead or smartboard

Patterns: Growing Patterns (Extend) Practice Sheets - King Virtue's Classroom These practice sheets are great for practice and assessing students' ability to extend growing patterns. You can use one as a pre-test and the second as a post test.

Patterns: Growing Patterns (Extend) Practice Sheets - King Virtue's Classroom

Patterns: Growing Patterns (Extend) Practice Sheets - King Virtue's Classroom These practice sheets are great for practice and assessing students' ability to extend growing patterns. You can use one as a pre-test and the second as a post test.

I did this activity with my 2nd grade class. I had them determine the pattern rule, and then use colored paper and markers to write down the rule, then cut and glue the rule where it says! It's also great because it gives them the opportunity to make their own patterns! :) 6112

Number Pattern Activities, Centers and Craftivities

This would be good to use with various grades, making the pieces fit with the grade needing it for.

Growing Pattern Task Cards

Perfect for math centers! Prompt your students to extend growing patterns with unifix cubes using these task cards! Any questions, just ask. :) Check out my other Growing Pattern resource: Growing Pattern Task Cards - Part 2 (with pattern blocks)

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 .

Mrs Ward's Land of the Little Learners: GROWING PATTERNS

We've been discussing Growing Patterns in class this week and have been revisiting Repeating Patterns. We certainly had a lot of fun workin.

ladybug growing patterns freebie

Ladybug Patterns introduces students to the algebraic concept of growing patterns or functions. In this case, the dots on the ladybug cha.

Growing Patterns-Fibonacci numbers- FANTASTIC BOOK- 1,1,2,3,5,8,11 in nature

What's the biggest mathematical mystery in nature? The pattern creeps up in the most unexpected places. It's clear that math holds secrets to nature and that nature holds secret numbers.

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