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Lower graders explore recursive patterns. They use a calculator to recognize, generate, and explore patterns during arithmetic explorations. The unit provides several assignments of an exploratory nature designed to assist in developing mathematical thinking and reasoning.
In this algebraic reasoning worksheet, students determine which of 4 given answers correctly replaces a questions mark shown at the end of a balance scale sequence.  An answer key is included.
In this algebraic reasoning for grade 5 worksheet, 5th graders answer 10 multiple choice questions, not interactively, about equations and operations, with answers available online.
In this algebraic reasoning instructional activity, students solve 4 multiple choice and true/false problems. Students determine which statements about equality are true. Students find the appropriate representation of a given symbol in terms of another symbol.
Help your students understand how to use their algebraic reasoning to solve a one-step equation, where they must solve for X. Add this video to a lesson or assign it as homework.
Pattern recognition is a very important skill to foster in younger children. It helps boost algebraic reasoning, logical reasoning, and mathematical reasoning skills. Here are 11 different shape patterns for learners to complete. They decide which one or two shapes will come next in each sequence.
In this algebra challenge, students use their algebraic reasoning to determine the solution to 1 problem, involving monetary exchange. The solution is provided.
Fourth graders solve multiplication problems. In this SNAKE lesson, 4th graders play a multiplication game in which the teacher rolls dice providing two numbers.  The students must multiply the number and record their answer.  Rules of game and worksheet are provided. Can be adapted for alternate ages.
Number sequences make for great challenges that stimulate pattern recognition, algebraic reasoning, and number sense. This slide-show includes eleven number sequences for learners to work through, an explanation of what number sequences are, and an introduction to the Fibonacci sequence in nature.
This algebra challenge problem gets students using their algebraic reasoning. Students are given the task of determining a new phone number given particular variables. This 'worksheet' contains one problem to solve and the solution.
Quizzes can be a fun way to review math concepts while building proficiency. Kids answer sixteen different problems that cover algebraic reasoning, geometry, addition, multiplication, and word problems. This is a dynamic quiz that is sure to challenge. 
In this math review instructional activity, students answer 5 word problems involving patterns and algebraic reasoning. Students then answer 1 story problem about the perimeter of a triangle. Next, students examine a graph and answer a 4 part fill in the blank question based on information in the graph. Last, students answer a fill in the blank question about probability.
In this math review activity, students solve 4 fill in the blank problems using algebraic reasoning, 1 fill in the blank problem where they identify odd and even numbers, 1 fill in the blank problem where they determine the amount of change in a money problem. and 1 fill in the blank problem where they identify the numbers of triangles in a geometric figure.
In this algebraic reasoning worksheet, students solve word problems involving recipes, working rates, money exchange, and more. Students complete 5 problems total.
Build strong algebraic reasoning skills as well as an understanding of the commutative property of addition. Learners work to solve 16 single digit addition problems using the fabulous commutative property.
How do fashion and math relate? Using interactive websites and video clips, learners apply proportional reasoning to the fashion industry. They look for patterns and linear relationships, apply unit rate concepts to garment materials costs and retail pricing. Make merchandisers out of your mathematicians with this two-part lesson!
Relate math to video games by investigating the making of video games and where in the game math is used to make the game work. Learners will work on communication and problem solving strategies in this engaging lesson.
Third graders investigate numerical and geometric patterns and express them in words or numbers.  In this algebraic reasoning lesson, 3rd graders analyze the structure of the pattern and how it changes or grows, organize information systematically, and use analysis to develop generalizations.
Learners practice using the think, plan, try and check strategy, and use algebraic reasoning to figure out the best method of problem solving in real-life math situations. This lesson includes an online problem-solving game.
Students solve and graph trigonometric equations, stating the amplitude, period and vertical shift. In this trigonometric equations instructional activity, students solve and graph one problem using algebraic reasoning, the 2nd through 6th  problems allow  a technological solution.  Students summarize the characteristics of a table (shown on the worksheet). They solve one Application problem (guided questioning is used).