Number Pattern Cards w/ Printable

A set of 40 number pattern cards that can be laminated and reused. Includes counting patterns in and up to 100 both forwards and backwards.

This Family Math Night 'What Do You Notice?' activity focused on triangular numbers and, for the little guys, shapes.

recognize, describe, and extend patterns such as sequences of sounds and shapes or simple numeric patterns and translate from one representation to another; analyze how both repeating and growing patterns are generated.

Here's a lesson plan, board game, and task cards for thinking about numerical patterns.

Here& a lesson plan, board game, and task cards for thinking about numerical patterns.

Identification of addition and subtraction patterns -- 32 task cards -- grades 3-4-5; Recording sheet and answer key are included.

Number Patterns - What is the Rule?

Identification of addition and subtraction patterns -- 32 task cards -- grades Recording sheet and answer key are included.

FREE Hundreds Chart plus chart activities and hundred chart worksheets perfect for helping kindergarten and first grade students learn to count to 100, see number patterns, and more. (math worksheets, hands on learning, homeschool)

FREE Hundreds Chart plus chart activities and hundred chart worksheets perfect for helping kindergarten and first grade students learn to count to see number patterns, and more. (math worksheets, hands on learning, homeschool)

These interactive task cards are perfect for reviewing number patterns with your grades 1's, grades 2's, and grades 3's.  Students complete the engaging task cards on their handheld devices or on the computer.  Students read and review increasing, decreasing, and repeating number patterns.  For the younger grades, students will practice growing and shrinking number patterns up to 100.

These interactive task cards are perfect for reviewing number patterns with your grades 1's, grades 2's, and grades 3's. Students complete the engaging task cards on their handheld devices or on the computer. Students read and review increasing, decreasing, and repeating number patterns. For the younger grades, students will practice growing and shrinking number patterns up to 100.

Worksheets: Practice Test: Number Patterns

Practice Test: Number Patterns

use a cheap shower curtain to make a giant 120 chart @Jennifer Richardson Could do this with higher numbers? Work better than my giant floor one.

This week in math we are working on number patterns, more specifically, skip counting beginning at a given number and recit.

Learning About Number Patterns with a Hundreds Chart

Finding Number Patterns Using a Hundred Chart (with Free Printables

Perfect for math center activity. Color 1 number at a time as you skip count. Also, use blank manipulative squares w/magnet on back, blank 100 chart, & cookie sheet!

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