This pattern is a great way to preview, teach or review the concept of symmetry. There are multiple examples of shapes with no lines of symmetry, one line of symmetry, and more than one of symmetry which provides lots of opportunity for rich math
This pattern integrates Science into a Math pattern. It is a great way to review examples of chemical and physical changes during Math Connections time. The pattern also has a date pattern running though it and touches on factors. Have fun!
This calendar pattern has 6 overlapping sub-patterns that help teach and review basic multiplication facts and squared numbers, as well as great math vocabulary such as horizontal, diagonal, and a variety of math patterns. The insects not only add
This calendar pattern teaches thirds, fourths, sixths, and eighths as fractions of a whole and fractions of a set. It uses different shapes as well as fun "thematic" pictures to show this concept in many ways. You and your students will have fun
This calendar componant features a common math manipulative to challenge students to find several overlapping, embedded rules in this pattern that could be used in any month. You should hear rich math vocabulary when using this one such as
This calendar pattern has 4 embedded patterns running through it, with the main one teaching elapsed time. It shows time on an analog clock and allows you to teach this difficult concept "a little each day" for a whole month- great for those
This pattern is packed full of all of the many things a 4th grader needs to know about the thirteen colonies- including the reason for its establishment, the main occupations, religions, and geographic terrain. It also includes a chart that you can
This pattern combines math and science in one pattern. It helps you preview or review the life cycles of the butterfly, frog, bird and cat at calendar time. There is also a +4 pattern running through it, a date pattern, and of course a background
This pattern has three patterns running through it, but the main one show pictures of things that make loud sounds, soft sounds, high pitched sounds, and low pitched sounds. There is also a color pattern and the date bounces around to keep it fun
This pattern is a fun way to review the nine heroes in the third grade Social Studies curriculum. It not only includes pictures of Revere, Marshall, Anthony, Johnson, Roosevelt, Douglass, Chavez, FDR, and Cookman, but it also includes pictures of
This calendar pattern will engage both boys and girls as it combines several different sports with many embeded, overlapping math patterns. It will give great opportunity to discuss multiples, common multiples, and rule driven patterns. I love using
This patterns touches on many of the holidays celebrated at this time of year- Christmas, Kwanzaa, Chinese New Year, and Hanukkah. It is a great way to include all of your students' celebrations and learn across the many cultures in our world. It
The pattern combines math and science in one pattern. This gives you a great way to preview or review items that are magnetic or not magnetic at calendar time while also talking about multiples and common multiples.
There is SO much math going on in this pattern- Models of fractions and decimals, equivalent decimals and fractions, and a rule to discover that drives the month. The date dances around the cards, hexagons appear on multiples of 6 and factors of 30
This pattern is a great way to preview or review parts of a set and parts of a whole fractions. It shows fractions from 1/2 - 1/8. It also has color patterns, multiple of 3 patterns and multiple of 7 patterns running through it to keep it
This is a great pattern to challenge a K classroom or 1st grade. It combines a two step math pattern with a background color as well as seeing the coins as head and tails. Just for fun, the dates also move around the cards! The total never