Friday, January 4, 2013

Pattern Books

This post will share with you little Pattern Books I make for my class.

 I use these booklets as an assessment tool that I use to see what students have learned about patterns. You can take pages in and pull pages out to meet the needs of your students.
The unit part is very tricky for kindergartners to get. 
In our math program, the students do record patterns and break them into groups. 
A one/ two pattern is like a hopscotch board. 
The design is not based on color.

Most kids will do this page with the size of the buttons or the color.  I have had a few kids record the size, color and holes.
Some children will make a number pattern that is repeating numbers for example 121212 but, there will be some kids who will get that they can record a pattern by skip counting  10, 20, 30, 40 or 5, 10, 15, 20
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  1. This is awesome! I'm featuring this post on Bagels and Blogs Sunday. :)

    Math Coach’s Corner

  2. This is great!

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