A pattern is defined as any sequence that repeats at least twice. Kindergarten students should be able to identify patterns (AB, ABC, AAB, ABB)
. and create their own patterns.
Included activities are:
• Which One is Different
• Which Ones are the Same
• Patterning at the Pocket Chart
• What’s Missing From the Pattern
• Extending Patterns
• Create Your Own Patterns
• Patterning booklet
Your students can work independently with this math center.
We have developed this series of math skills packets to give our children practice with foundational math skills
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addition and subtraction
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