Exploring and Creating Patterns ~ Making Patterns FREE Printable Pack Included | This Reading Mama

Exploring and Creating Patterns {FREE Printable Included}

I love these simple and free Skittles Pattern Cards! This is a great way for kids to work on recognizing patterns!

Creating Patterns With Skittles {FREE Printable!}

Patterns in Kindergarten: "Guess what's next. What could it be? There's a pattern that you can see. Guess what's next. Can you tell? Guess by the time you hear the bell."

Intro for Math Practice - Find structure? Patterns in Kindergarten: "Guess what's next. There's a pattern that you can see. Guess what's next. Guess by the time you hear the bell.

Secondgradealicious: Math Inquiry Outside: Patterning This is a great idea for teaching patterns to first and second graders or even kindergarten.

Math Inquiry Outside: Patterning

Secondgradealicious: Math Inquiry Outside: Patterning This is a great idea for teaching patterns to first and second graders or even kindergarten. This would be a good idea to do with fallen leaves too.

Hi everyone, it is Jane checking in with a few ideas for teaching patterns in math.  I just moved down to grade two from grade five so it h...

Hi everyone, it is Jane checking in with a few ideas for teaching patterns in math. I just moved down to grade two from grade five so it h.

Tons of math teaching ideas like adding magnets to the backs of pattern blocks to create sorts on a magnet cookie sheet.

Need some new teacher tricks up your sleeve for MATH? I am really excited to share some of my favorite math teaching ideas that I use for i.

My students love to make patterns and would enjoy this activity!

Each child is given Fruit Loops to create a pattern of choice. They glue them on then label their pattern by color, number and letter. They always like this activity because they get to each the leftover cereal!

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