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# Patterns and Relations | Grade 4 and Grade 5 | Interactive Notebook

Brain Ninjas
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4th - 5th
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134 pages
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1. Stop searching for your Canadian Grade 4 and 5 math lessons! Everything you need to teach, practice, and assess your entire year of math lessons is included in this print and use bundle. Teach number sense, operations, time, measurement, patterns, and graphing (and so much more). Your planning for t
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### Description

Stop searching for your patterns lessons. Everything you need to teach, practice, and assess patterns and expressions with variables is included in this print and use unit. Your planning for your patterns and relations unit is already done for you!

This all-inclusive product includes:

• a complete lesson on how to set up, use, and assess interactive math notebooks. These are hands-on paper notebooks that your students can use all year long.
• complete lesson plans with modifications for differentiation.
• student templates (with differentiated options).
• student worksheets (with various levels of difficulty so you can differentiate).
• photographs of student examples.
• activities to reinforce the concepts.
• Build Your Own Unit Test: Several pages with answer keys are included with opportunities to mix and match to differentiate for all of your individual students.
• SI Notation for Canadian teachers. Spaces are used between place values instead of commas. For example, 34 492 is used instead of 34,492.
• Alberta Program of Studies checklist for Grade 4 and Grade 5.

Please see the preview to see which activities will work in your classroom. Commonly asked questions are in the preview.

Ninja Note: This unit is part of a yearlong bundle which means you can get your whole year planned!

The specific lessons include:

1. Equality and Inequality (greater than and less than included)
2. Sorting Numbers by Attributes (Venn and Carroll diagrams included)
3. Expressions With Variables
4. Pictorial and Concrete Patterns
5. Number Patterns
6. Explaining Pattern Rules
7. Extending Patterns

This product aligns with:

• the Alberta Program of Studies Math Grade 4
• the Alberta Program of Studies Math Grade 5

This product supports:

• any patterns or expressions with variables lessons.

Do your students need more practice with this concept?

Looking for another level?

Ninja Note: If you teach Grade 5 and already own our Grade 5/6 version, there is no new content in this package for you. If you teach Grade 5 and are trying to decide between this one and the Grade 5/6 set, think about whether your students need more reinforcing (choose Grade 4/5) or enrichment (choose Grade 5/6).

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Total Pages
134 pages
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Teaching Duration
1 month
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### Standards

to see state-specific standards (only available in the US).
Generate two numerical patterns using two given rules. Identify apparent relationships between corresponding terms. Form ordered pairs consisting of corresponding terms from the two patterns, and graph the ordered pairs on a coordinate plane. For example, given the rule “Add 3” and the starting number 0, and given the rule “Add 6” and the starting number 0, generate terms in the resulting sequences, and observe that the terms in one sequence are twice the corresponding terms in the other sequence. Explain informally why this is so.

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