This set contains fifty-six (56) task cards designed to help students review or practice how to skip count and identify arithmetic patterns. The problems included have varying levels of difficulty which will provide excellent practice to students at all skill levels. You may use these task cards for individual or pair activities, group activities, math centers or stations, games, and even in whole class discussion.
► Answer true or false questions regarding number sequence
► Answer multiple choice questions regarding number patterns and skip counting
► Find the next number in the sequence or pattern
► Find the missing number in the sequence or pattern
► Find the missing number in the given table of values
► Starting with a given number, students will skip count by 4, 10, 5, and 3 to find the next 5 numbers in the sequence
► Identify the rule for a given number pattern
► Identify the rule for a given table of values
► Extend the number sequence to find the next two numbers in the pattern
► Extend the number sequence to find the next three numbers in the pattern
► Identify the rule of the number sequence and use it to find the next number
► Answer word problems involving skip counting and number patterns
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