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#### Lesson: Younger Than Jesus: Understanding, Looking at, Making Abstract Art

Before the class makes abstract art, they see contemporary examples and analyze them. They look at art made by abstract artists under the age of 33 then use similar techniques to create an interesting collection of their own. The...

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#### Hop To It!

Students determine patterns. In this mathematics instructional activity, students act out a skit, play a sequence game, and complete patterns. Students use problems solving skills.

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#### Build a Neighbourhood

What's special about your neighborhood? Build one with your class to find out. Individuals create their dream homes that, when completed, will be placed together around a green space in order to create a neighborhood. Learners also...

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#### 4.OA.5 Assessment Task

Transition young mathematicians from learning about shape patterns to number patterns with this hands-on activity. Using plastic, one-inch square tiles and a piece of grid paper, learners extend the given pattern as they begin to explore...

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#### Writing Task 4.OA.5 Item 2

Challenge the pattern making abilities of young mathematicians with this writing exercise. Presented with the first three steps of a shape pattern, learners answer two questions about extending the pattern.

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#### Equal Rhythms

Engage young mathematicians in learning about fractions with this cross-curricular math and music lesson. After listening to and repeating different beat patterns, children realize that musical notes are just another way of representing...

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#### How Do You Determine if a Sequence is Arithmetic or Geometric?

Learners who view this video should gain a better understanding of the difference between a geometric sequence and an arithmetic sequence. The video includes an example of each, with step-by-step instructions on how to figure out which...

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#### Line, Shape, Form, and Pattern

ArtsWork produces some very fine art lesson plans. This one is no exception! In it, learenrs experiment with line to develop skill in creating shapes and patterns. They also play around with shading to create forms. There are six...

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#### Chatty Cherry Stories

Young artists will respond to reading children's literature, by engaging in original storytelling and representing their own images through the visual arts. Then they orally describe details of people, places, and things in their stories...

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#### Patterns of 2, 5, and 10

Give your young counters practice with skip counting and colors as they shade in number grids by 2s, 5s, and 10s. The three grids reach 50, and the first one is partially completed to give scholars an example. They follow directions by...

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#### Call it "Macaroni"

Who knew there were so many fun educational opportunities featuring pasta? Scholars read a brief informational text about the history of pasta (note that "macaroni" is spelled two different ways, so address this if kids are reading...

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#### Identifying Patterns

What's the pattern? Youngsters examine four sets of sequential images to detect a pattern and continue it onto a fourth image. Ask them to verbalize what they noticed and how they continued this pattern. Consider extending the concept...

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#### Patterns of 2s, 5s, and 10s

In order to connect the dots in three images youngsters skip count by twos, fives, and 10s. Encourage them to look for patterns as work, and consider giving out hundreds charts for guidance. They can also color these in once finished!

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#### Identifying the Patterns

What pattern do you see? Preschoolers examine four visual patterns and complete them after observing the repeating designs. Then, they create two patterns of their own. Because these are all drawn into circles, consider extending this to...

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#### Finding Patterns

What's the pattern? Learners skip count to complete 12 sequences, some of which increase and some of which decrease. As they solve each number pattern they count by 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 10, and 100, getting some extra subtraction and addition...

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#### Frogs Hopping by 2s

Hop to it! Beginning counters fill in water lily number sequences as a frog "hops" across them, skip counting by twos. There are five sequences in total, and some require counting backward. Learners can reference the two examples, which...

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#### Counting by 3s, 4s, and 5s

Can learners recognize the pattern in these number sequences? Here's a hint: it's skip counting by either three, four, or five. There are three examples at the top demonstrating each of these, and scholars complete 15 number sequences to...

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#### The Maze

There's only one way out of this maze, and youngsters will need to use their shape recognition skills to do it! They follow a three-shape pattern all the way from start to finish to keep on track. Encourage them to say the shapes as they...

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#### Identifying Patterns

Explore number attributes and skip counting through patterns! Scholars find the pattern in each of these sequences and continue it by writing in the remaining values. They count consistently by various intervals, sometimes forwards and...

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#### Counting Forward or Back

What comes next? Young counters follow the stone path to each house, filling in numbers in a sequence as they go. Some of these move forward and some backward, but all progress by ones. Learners start with given numbers and then follow...

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#### Identifying Patterns

Find the pattern! Eighteen number sequences challenge scholars to identify and complete the pattern, adding at least four digits to the given numbers. All the sequences here involve skip counting by various single-digit numbers,...

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#### Counting by 3s, 4s, and 5s

Skip count along the mushrooms to complete these number sentences which give young scholars an introductory look at addition and subtraction. Starting from five double-digit numbers, they subtract or add by threes, fours, and fives to...

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#### Patterns

Follow the pattern to find what comes next. Youngsters analyze shape patterns to continue the sequence in the provided space. The three patterns increase in difficulty, and then scholars have a chance to create two of their own....

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#### Color the Pattern

This geometric pattern will appeal to learners' artistic sides as they color various shapes based on a guide: they color circles blue, triangles red, squares green, and rectangles yellow. What does this finished design remind scholars...