# Patterning

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Let me just start by saying that I absolutely love my little town. There is a certain charm that comes with living in a small, tight knit community. It’s been a HUGE adjustment getting used to being so far away from so many things…mainly the mall and Starbuck’s. The downside to living out this far …

Geometry is such a fun opportunity for student's to explore... I'm excited to step up my geometry math stations for my kiddos and allow them the chance to do so more often. Last winter I taught a Math Survivor Class in my district and had a great time creating and sharing activities our young students might enjoy. I've added the links below... you're welcome to see if I've attached anything you might use in your classrooms. Geometry Class Additional ideas This activity/game involves the…

Lesson plans, activities and ideas for kindergarten classrooms, including math problem-solving, reading workshop, writer's workshop, inquiry-based science journals, literacy centers and more!

Anchor Chart Ideas For Kindergarten | Math Time / Patterns Anchor Chart

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Pattern Mats for Unifix Cubes Second Version Perfect for Learning Patterns Pre-K to Grade 1

Patterning Learning Goals and Success Criteria for Kindergarten! AB 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…

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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...

Fibonacci art project. Great S.T.E.A.M. math art project.

When I was a child, the emphasis in the classroom was on memorization of information. It didn't seem to matter if you understood the process as long as you could give the correct answer. I remember a teacher answering one of my many questions with "It isn't yours to question why, it's only yours to do or die." Fortunately, there has been a shift in education toward teaching critical thinking skills, that now takes thinking beyond memorization and into analysis and logic. Children are now…

Here's a free booklet for students to record patterns in multiples. Great way to look at multiplication and multiplicative thinking!

Use this patterns foldable to have students show understanding of each pattern unit. Students illustrate an example of each "unit" inside foldable. ...

Lesson plans, activities and ideas for kindergarten classrooms, including math problem-solving, reading workshop, writer's workshop, inquiry-based science journals, literacy centers and more!