### Role Your Rule: Creating Number Patterns Freebie

This free Number Patterns Activity is the perfect way to practice creating and then graphing numerical patterns on a coordinate plane! This resource includes FIVE different versions for easy differentiation.Ideas for Use:Print on card stock and laminate for durability. Students can use an expo marke...

### Grade 5 Math

Curriculum: - distinguish among polygons, regular polygons and other 2D shapes - distinguish among prisms, right prisms, pyramids and other 3D figures - identify and classify acute, right, obtuse and...

### Grade 4 Math

Curriculum: - draw lines of symmetry of 2D shapes - identify and compare different types of QUADRILATERALS (e.g., rectangle, square, trapezoid, parallelogram, rhombus, kite) and sort them by their...

### Finding Number Patterns Using a Hundred Chart (with Free Printables)

Keep on reading to discover activities to do with the hundred chart, as well as download a free printable hundred pattern book! Follow our Math for Kids Pinterest board! Benefits of a Hundred Board Exposing children to hundred charts at an early age can be so beneficial. Not only can a hundred board serve as a math resource for younger …

### Number Pattern Dice Game

Fun, hands-on partner game to teach number sequences and number patterns. Need a dice and this worksheet - very easy! Can be used to reinforce a lesson, as a math center, or as an extension activity.

### Increasing and Decreasing Patterns Task Cards - Poppin' Patterns

Increasing and Decreasing Pattern Task Cards (Growing and Shrinking Patterns) Include:-20 task cards -I can statements related to task cards-Recording Sheet-Answer Sheet*Click on the PREVIEW to check out the product before buying. The answer key is not included in the preview.Available as part of a ...

### If y = 3, then 6y = 63 ... or is it?

Explain why Calvin is wrong...I really like this! Jumpstart for lots of fun ways to teach math!

### How to Survive a Zombie Attack (understanding exponential growth and decay).

Authors: Erin Ondrusek, Kelli Jurek and Arthur WeissZombies... I love 'em... who doesn't???? Our A4A group put together an investigation that used a zombie o…

### Zombies and Exponential Functions

While searching for a "fun" and engaging task or activity to introduce linear vs. exponential functions, I found this blog post from Learni...

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Here's a lesson plan, board game, and task cards for thinking about numerical patterns.

### Skip-Counting Routine - Math Coach's Corner

Skip counting off the decade is an important component of many mental computation strategies. Grab a Halloween-themed freebie!

### Skip Counting Chart | Worksheet | Education.com

Use this number chart to help your child find patterns in numbers, which will help take that first step into skip counting.

### New Adventures in First Grade

We've been discussing the implications of the Common Core State Standards for over a year now in my district. As with everything, there is a process! Last year, we unpacked the literacy portion and made some decisions about our curriculum (Readers and Writers Workshops got modified). This is the binder that our literacy coach, Kate put together for us. It was printed off of the CCSS site and then bound at Office Depot. We went through and tabbed the sections for easy reference.... our main…

### Back to School: Growing Patterns

Tweet Hi all! I have been MIA lately from blog posts. This year back to school has really kept me busy! Today I finally got to take some pictures of a really great lesson from third grade. Check it out! Growing Patterns I love doing a lesson on growing patterns at the beginning of third grade because it helps me learn a lot about where kids are in the math understanding and how they think. I started the lesson off by showing them a picture of the first two arrangements in a growing pattern…