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# Patterns: Pattern Rules and Increasing Patterns

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This is a complete unit to teach pattern in your grade 3 classroom. The I can statements are presented in full size posters for display as well as smaller versions to place on binder rings for the students as a unit guide.

Activities are included for group work, partner work and Math writing Running your numeracy block will be a breeze with this unit. Everything is included for a Math 3 experience in your call. All you need to do is print, copy the pages for students to use. You can even use the Math Writing sheets as a form of assessment.

These I can statements will work with any curriculum!
I can describe an increasing pattern using a pattern rule .
I can describe a pattern rule using a starting point .
I can name the pattern of an increasing pattern .
I can extend the pattern rule for the next three terms.
I can name errors in an increasing pattern.
I can explain errors in an increasing pattern.
I can find increasing patterns in a 100s chart.
I can describe increasing patterns in a 100s chart.
I can compare number patterns when counting by 2s.
I can compare number patterns when counting by 5s.
I can compare number patterns when counting by 10s.
I can compare number patterns when counting by 25s.
I can compare number patterns when counting by 100s
I can use manipulatives to create an increasing pattern for a pattern rule.
I can draw a picture to create an increasing pattern for a pattern rule.
I can use numbers to create an increasing pattern for a pattern rule.
I can use words to describe an increasing pattern for a pattern rule.
I can solve a problem using increasing patterns.
I can name increasing patterns in my environment.
I can describe increasing patterns in my environment.
I can name the missing elements in a pattern.
I can name the strategy to find missing elements in an increasing pattern.
I can describe a decreasing pattern using a pattern rule.
I can describe a pattern rule using a starting point.
I can name the pattern of a decreasing pattern.
I can extend the pattern rule for the next three terms
I can name errors in a decreasing pattern.
I can explain errors in a decreasing pattern.
I can find decreasing patterns in a 100s chart.
I can describe decreasing patterns in a 100s chart.
Total Pages
94 pages
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