Teaching patterns starts in kindergarten and it gets more and more complex as they move on into upper elementary (functions), middle school (algebra/geometry), high school (Trigonometry) and beyond. Learning to recognize patterns helps children to make connections, make predictions and begin to understand how different things work together. My kiddos struggle with patterns A L-O-T, so I created this pack to use for intervention. There are 3 different activities for your students to complete while practicing patterns and functions. They vary in complexity and difficulty by exploring a variety of patterns (x,+,-, ÷). Students investigate patterns and think critically.
Included in this set:
3 snowflake pattern worksheets
*10 pattern word problems
*15 mixed pattern review (x,+,-, ÷) game cards with game board
*Snowflake pattern craftivity