# Missing, Rotating & Growing Shape Patterns: Lesson, Power Point & Printable Pack

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This lesson covering missing, rotating and growing shape patterns includes a 32 slide animated power point, 8 printable worksheet or assessment pages and an editable lesson plan. It has everything you need to teach your students about missing, rotating and growing shape patterns.

The guiding question of this lesson is “How can you recognize a repeating pattern with shapes and decide which shapes are missing?” If you are sick of these questions always showing up on benchmark and state assessments without the classroom resources to allow your students to practice with these types of questions, then look no further than this lesson, power point and printable pack!

Included in this comprehensive lesson:

- Lesson Plan (editable)

- 32 slide animated power point

*********************PLUS 8 printable pages and worksheets including:*********************

- Repeating Shape Patterns: Find The Missing Shape worksheet

- Rotating Shape Patterns worksheet

- Rotating Picture Patterns worksheet

- Growing Shape Patterns worksheet

- Shape Patterns: State The Rule practice

- Repeating Shapes & Patterns Test (15 question, three page assessment)

Your students will really like the animations in the colorful power point. They will learn a lot from the strategies discussed in the direct instruction lesson and have plenty of opportunities to practice with the printable packet and you will have plenty of grading opportunities from it as well, whether it is from one of the worksheets, or the fifteen question summative quiz. I know your students will love this all inclusive lesson, I guarantee it!

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Generate a number or shape pattern that follows a given rule. Identify apparent features of the pattern that were not explicit in the rule itself. For example, given the rule “Add 3” and the starting number 1, generate terms in the resulting sequence and observe that the terms appear to alternate between odd and even numbers. Explain informally why the numbers will continue to alternate in this way.
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2 hours
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