The activities in this packet are aligned with the Ontario Grade 2 Math curriculum expectations. You might choose to use these activities with soaring Grade 2 students, or students in Grade 3 who might need review about what patterns are and extending repeating patterns as well as growing and shrinking patterns.
Math Centers for special education. This work task practices patterns and sequencing, color identification, following directions and/or the order of a task, fine motor skills, hand dominance, grip, hand-eye coordination, and more. Learn more at Mrs. D's Corner.
Insect patterning activities (AB, ABC, AAB & ABB patterns) with gorgeous graphics: ladybug, butterfly, moth, bee, grasshopper, dragonfly, caterpillar, scarab beetle and more. This is an easy math center to prepare and use with preschool/kindergarten/first grade! TpT$
Patterns Packet 3.OA.D.9 This packet focuses on understanding patterns with multiplication/division and addition and subtraction. Students will practice finding the pattern, finding the rule, using input and output tables. Great for seat work, small group, quizzes, RTI, extra practice. 7 Worksheets included in packet. Packet Includes: Whats missing? Multiple Choice questions (test like questions) Whats my rule? Finish the pattern Input & Output Tables with addition and subtraction Input & Out
Owl Mystery Picture Puzzle: when they solve the clues, kids will create this owl picture using line symmetry. Kids find symmetrical shapes to solve each clue then draw lines in the squares. Aligns with CCSS Grade 4 Geometry: Math 4.G.3: Line symmetry #symmetry #math #maths #owl #puzzle
Are you looking for something educational yet fun to have for a birthday party in your classroom? Well let the gift of education continue with these Party Pattern Cards!!! Now the kiddos can play and learn how to sort cupcakes and party hats into certain patterns! Click the photo to learn more about this product!
These creative Line and Rotational Symmetry activities can help kids meet the CCSS 4.G.A.3 standard for 4th Grade Geometry. They will use a simple line symmetry tool, predict what folded shapes will open up to be, perform a Repeat-after-me chant, draw and fold lines of symmetry, turn their names into rotational symmetry designs, and more! Inside this PDF youÕll find: A poster about how to use a simple Line Symmetry Locator tool for 2D and 3D objects ...