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#### Lumps, Bumps, Gritty, and Soft!

Texture can really add to a work of art. Explore texture through observation and practice. Learners view and discuss works of art by M.C. Escher. They then create their own texture samplers with six different materials.

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#### Patterning

Sixth graders review the elements of patterns in numbers and artwork and then use Photoshop to create an artistic pattern. In this pattern lesson, 6th graders view step by step videos on patterning. Students work on the computer to...

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#### Science: Teddy Bear Nation

Students sort teddy bears according to types and then graph the results. They each bring a bear to class and then discuss their similarities and differences. Once the bears have been sorted into groups according to size and color,...

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#### Marshmallow Fun Day - math

Early learners rotate to different classroom centers and participate in six activities based on using marshmallows to review concepts learned. TheyÂ make: marshmallow sculptures (geometric shapes), the shape of mittens using colored...

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#### Sunrise-Sunset

Students gather data, make and share predictions about the time of sunrise ans sunset in their area. Patterns are analyzed and shared with students from other areas.

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#### Math Tales

Students search for even numbers. In this math instructional activity, students work with odd and even numbers in squares. Students share what they find.

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#### Who Took the Cookies

Young scholars find the missing cookies. In this language arts lesson, students solve the mystery of who is taking the cookies from the cookie jar. Young scholars are read several books with the same mystery of cookies being taken from...

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#### Swimmy's Friends

Students solve problems using various strategies. For this problem solving lesson, students read the book Swimmy by Leo Lionni. Students make fish swimming patterns, measure how many goldfish crackers it takes to make a handprint and...

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#### Caps for Sale

Students construct a pattern necklace. In this pattern instructional activity, students read Caps for Sale and analyze the patterns in the story. After sequencing the story, students design a pattern using fruit loops and communicate...

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#### Applied Science - Science and Math Pre Lab

Students find Fibonacci sequences. In this applied Science lesson, students solve Fibonacci sequence problems. Students explore the mathematical patterns of objects in nature.

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#### Math Lesson Plan: Bread Bag Tabs: Patterning

Students explore the concept of patterning. In this patterns lesson, students use recycled plastic tab closures as well as their problem solving skills to identify and create patterns.

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#### Patterning Assessment: Shapes and Numbers

In this patterning assessment worksheet, students use shapes and numbers to complete growing and repeating patterns, identify them and state the pattern rules.

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#### Sequencing

Pupils explore the math concept of sequencing. In this math lesson, students examine patterns and determine the patterns needed to finish sequences.

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#### The Legend of the Poinsettia

Students explore the poinsettia and its symbolism as a Christmas flower. Students will listen to a story about the poinsettia and its origins in Mexico and discuss what they know about Mexico. They will discuss the poinsettia's...

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#### Complete the Patterns

In this patterning worksheet, 1st graders complete 4 patterns that are formed of black line pictures of plane figures. They trace the figures in the first example and draw the figure that complete the patterns in the last 3.

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#### Tick-Tock for an Hour

In this time worksheet, students examine 5 rows of analog clock faces. They find the time pattern on the clock faces in each row, write the time that comes next, and draw the time on the last clock in each row.

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#### Extend Patterns

In this patterning worksheet, students use pattern blocks to build each of 4 patterns. They decide which block would come next, draw the shape, and check the pattern.

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#### Candy Corn Math

In this autumn themed math worksheet, students complete counting, classifying, and sequencing activities with candy corn. They receive bags of candy corn and sort the pieces. They cut out small pictures of the candy to glue onto tables...

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#### Patterns

In this patterning worksheet, students study shape patterns and decide which shape will come next in the given sequence. Students complete 5 questions, circling the correct shape for each.

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#### Mixed Problems- Logical Reasoning

In this mixed math problems worksheet, 3rd graders complete 8 logical thinking problems. They solve patterning problems, magic squares, mystery numbers, and geometry problems.

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#### Kindergarten Mixed Math Practice

In this kindergarten mixed math practice worksheet, students complete 6 problems. They count items, fill in number patterns, match dominoes with the same numbers, and color in a math grid. They complete 8 addition problems with the...

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#### What Comes Next?

In this patterning worksheet, students focus on pattern completion. Students study 5 different patterns and complete each by drawing in the pictures that should come next.

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#### Create Your Own Pattern

In this patterning worksheet, 1st graders create their own patterns. Students complete 4 self made patterns using colors and shapes in each.

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#### Find the Pattern

In this patterning instructional activity, students use a chart to respond to 6 questions. Students decipher what patterns they are using to answer each of the given questions.