20 printable pages for students to identify and generate patterns. Students look at a sequence of numbers or shapes and determine what comes next. And, students analyze geometric designs (how many squares, how many triangles, how many circles). And, students look at four numbers and decide which one doesn’t belong (odd and even, multiples, single digit or double-digit). And, students complete number analogies.
Detailed lesson plans to help you introduce these activities to your students. Four posters with examples to help your students understand. Three CCSS posters: identify and explain patterns (third-grade), generate and analyze patterns (fourth-grade), and analyze patterns and relationships (fifth-grade).
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