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#### Alice in Fractalland

Take your class on a field trip to Fractalland where they'll learn all about number and shape patterns. Based on Disney's movie Alice in Wonderland, this resource takes young mathematicians on an adventure as they explore patterns in...

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#### 4.OA.5 Assessment Task

Transition young mathematicians from learning about shape patterns to number patterns with this hands-on activity. Using plastic, one-inch square tiles and a piece of grid paper, learners extend the given pattern as they begin to explore...

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#### 4.OA.5 Questions

Assess the ability of young mathematicians to identify patterns with this short multiple choice quiz. This series of five questions asks students to identify, complete, and extend both number and shape patterns.

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#### Writing Task 4.OA.5

Quickly assess young mathematicians' understanding of number patterns with this exit card exercise. Using a table showing the relationship between the number of trapezoids and vertices, students must recognize the pattern in order to...

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#### Finding Multiples

Young mathematicians search for patterns in a hundreds chart as they learn the meaning of factors and multiples. After investigating the multiples of three as a whole class, learners work independently to color in and explore the...

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#### Exit Ticket 3.OA.9

Find the number that doesn't belong in the pattern, in a simple exit ticket task. Hand the learning exercise to your class members as they walk out of the door in order to test their understanding of multiples; specifically multiples of...

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#### Ordering

Four sequences are missing some numbers; can your scholars fill them in? These aviation-themed number sequences require skip counting and counting backward. Beside each pattern learners can reference a jumbled set of numbers inside a...

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#### Patterns

Follow the pattern to find what comes next. Youngsters analyze shape patterns to continue the sequence in the provided space. The three patterns increase in difficulty, and then scholars have a chance to create two of their own....

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#### Addition Patterns

Use a learning activity with your youngsters in order to establish an understanding of patterns in a small addition table. Help learners recognize that adding two odd numbers will produce an even number, and adding two even numbers will...

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#### Morning Math

Rise and shine, mathematicians! These warm-ups will get your class putting on their thinking caps first thing as they recall past concepts and continue practicing newer ones. The problems are segmented and include concepts such as number...

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#### Relate Counting to Addition and Subtraction

Your math scholars may recognize patterns, but do they know they can use them to practice addition and subtraction? This instructional activity has scholars counting by threes, fours, and sixes to analyze number patterns and complete a...

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#### Patterns Everywhere!

Learners recognize and demonstrate the patterning of numbers and objects in our environment. They create a pattern using geometric shapes and find a missing number in a sequence.

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#### Predicting Number Patterns

In this number patterns worksheet, students predict the next number. In this fill in the blank worksheet, students answer eight problems.

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#### And Yet Another Number Patterns Challenge

In this number patterns activity, students solve 10 problems in which a sequence of 7 numbers is analyzed and the pattern determined. Students continue the pattern and write the next two numbers.

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#### Fibonacci and the Golden Number!

In this math patterns worksheet, students review the beginning numbers in Fibonacci's numbers, find the pattern, follow directions and problem solve to find the Golden Number and complete a chart, measure lengths of body parts and find...

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#### Number Patterns

In this number patterns worksheet, students identify the pattern and determine the missing number. In this multiple choice worksheet, students circle answers to three problems.

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#### LET'S PARTY!

Students identify a number pattern and extend the number sequence. They make generalizations given a specific pattern and create, describe, and extend patterns. They create a table that describes a function rule for a single operation...

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#### Find the Sequence and the Nth Term

In this online interactive activity, 9th graders find the sequence and the next 2 term, the nth term and the 30th term for 12 numeric sequences. Immediate online feedback is provided.

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#### Jumping Rules

First graders practice identifying number patterns. In this basic patterns lesson, 1st graders use a large number line and jump to certain numbers to create, identify or extend a pattern. This lesson includes a script to guide the teacher.

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#### Counting Numbers in Sequence 1-41

In this counting numbers in sequence activity, students follow the dot to dot to create a picture. In this drawing activity, students connect forty numbers.

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#### What's the Pattern?

In this pattern worksheet, 3rd graders find the missing number to complete each of the six patterns. The missing numbers are provided and students determine which pattern they belong in.

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#### Pascal's Triangle

In this math worksheet, students read the discussion about the importance of games. They create a game as directed. They also read the rules for the Pascal Triangle.

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#### Patterns and Sequences

Ninth graders examine sequential number patterns and the Fibonacci sequence. Given number patterns, they determine the next number in a sequence. Students develop their own number patterns and exchange them with another to be solved.