Let your students practice tracking number patterns to solve a problem.
They will work on counting accuracy and attention to story problem details.
You can print these and laminate for dry-erase use or print for students to practice as exit slips, make a mini worksheet book by just stacking them into a pile and stapling one side, or have a partner race where groups need to complete three before earned computer math time.
This was a skill I found more of my grade 3s needed to practice with their own hand rather than watching me do more.
They can show their number patterns on the chart using pencil and drawing shapes or using pencil crayon colors to code.
Use similar idea to show patterning with word problems for calendars and multiplication tables.