This 25-chart will give mathematicians a chance to detect patterns as they shade in every multiple of three by skip counting. They solve multiplication number sentences involving three and the numbers 1-5 (one is done for them.) Finally, they examine sets of flowers, applying them to multiplication sentences. The highest number learners use for multiplication is five. See if they can detect a pattern that will help them multiply by larger numbers.

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