Translating Patterns using Math Manipulatives Kindergarten Activity

Grade Levels
PreK - 1st
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12 pages
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Need a new way to challenge your students when working on patterns? This is the perfect math activity for your class. Students have to work on identifying the pattern on the strip, naming the pattern and creating a new pattern following the same rule. A great hands-on math center for your kindergarten class.
→ This product includes pattern strips and a work mat for students to use to practice making patterns in different ways. It was made to be used with math manipulatives that you might already have in your classroom.
→ Easy to set up: Print, cut out strips, laminate (optional but this will make it last a lot longer) and place at your math center with manipulatives.
→ These strips can also be used to talk about the rule of the pattern, the core of the pattern or to work on extending patterns.
What's included:
• 6 pattern strips for each of the 4 manipulatives (24 strips in total), to be used with pattern blocks, bear counters, snap cubes and tiles (not included),
• 1 work mat that students can use to write the pattern rule and work on translating the pattern with a different manipulative.
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If you like this product, take a look at some of my other math packs:
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Total Pages
12 pages
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