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### We found 104 resources with the keyterm number sequence

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#### Thanksgiving Mayflower Order to 50 (B)

In this Thanksgiving Mayflower ordering numbers worksheet, students place the numbers on eight sails of eight boats in order from least to greatest on the lines provided.

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#### Narrow It Down: Books

Pupils ask yes-no questions to identify a secret book. In this asking questions lesson, students ask yes or no questions about books to identify a secret book. Pupils identify the book and then read one of the example books.

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#### Number sequence

In this number sequence worksheet, 1st graders find which numbers are missing from the houses in numbers 1 through 9. Students then cut out the houses and put them in number order.

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#### Adding & Subtracting Integers

In this adding and subtracting integers worksheet, 6th graders solve and complete 78 different problems. First, they find the sum of each pair of integers. Then, students write the next six terms in a number sequence. They also find the...

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#### Simple Number Pattern

In this simple number pattern worksheet, 6th graders solve 3 problems that include determining the number pattern in each example. First, they define that there is a hidden pattern in the number sequence shown. Then, students write the...

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#### Look Out Below!

In this number order worksheet, students will connect the dots, 1 to 20, to complete a picture of a cat parachuting out of an airplane.

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#### Calculator Numbers

Third graders practice working out a hidden number on a calculator via number sequence in the advanced additive stage six. They assess number sequence to unveil a mystery number that has been entered onto a calculator and then switch...

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#### Decimal Calculator Numbers

Fourth graders practice working out a hidden number on a calculator by utilizing number sequence in the advanced multiplicative stage seven. They enter a number into their calculator and push the division sign once and go from there.