Math - K-6 - Patterns (Patterns & Relations)

Based on Alberta Education's math curriculum for elementary grades. Topics include creating patterns, sorting based on attributes of objects and numbers, patterns in tables, charts and graphs, etc.
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Poetry collection for young readers with the emphasis on math concepts including measuring time, patterns, counting, symmetry, numbers, shapes, estimating and more!

Finished January 31 Hungry for Math: Poems to Munch On by Kari-Lynn Winters + Lori Sherritt-Fleming + Peggy Collins This collection of.

Provides many examples of repeating sequences of shapes, colors, objects and numbers.

In this playful look at patterns, Brian P. Cleary and Brian Gable provide many examples of repeating sequences of shapes, colors, objects, and

FICTION:Invites young readers to identify shapes while helping a small girl search the fair for her pet monster.

Sunday, June 21 2 pm Monster Party story time with Steve Light Ages

A little girl visiting her grandmother in an Indian village discovers the house marks, also known as rangoli or kolam, that Indian women create in rice, paint, and other media, and learns how to make her own pattern in her city apartment.

A little girl visiting her grandmother in an Indian village discovers the house marks, also known as rangoli or kolam, that Indian women create in rice, paint, and other media, and learns how to make her own pattern in her city apartment.

Illustrations and rhyming text describe various patterns depicted by different fish. Includes related activities.

Pattern Fish by Trudy Harris - Illustrations and rhyming text describe various patterns depicted by different fish.

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

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.

This book teaches readers what patterns are, and encourages them to look for patterns in the world around them.

ALGEBRA - understand patterns, relations, and functions; represent and analyze mathematical situations and structures using algebraic symbols; use mathematical models to represent and understand quantitative relationships

Introduces such shapes as the circle, square and crescent and demonstrates the many shapes found in nature.

Introduces such shapes as the circle, square and crescent and demonstrates the many shapes found in nature.

Each patterned page contains a set of pairs . . . but one thing does not match any of the others. Can you find it?

Britta Teckentrup, creator of the best-selling The Odd One Out and Where’s the Pair?, returns with another gorgeou

Carefully leveled text and vibrant photographs introduce early fluent readers to the practice of sorting and encourage them to try it themselves. Includes infographics, activity, glossary, and index.

Carefully leveled text and vibrant photographs introduce early fluent readers to the practice of sorting and encourage them to try it themselves. Includes infographics, activity, glossary, and index.

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