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Math: Patterns Discuss this eTheme.

These sites show different patterns with numbers and objects. Learn how to decipher patterns, then try to determine what comes next in several online pattern games. Also includes classroom activity ideas. There are links to eThemes Resources on Math: Virtual Manipulatives and Math: Tessellations.

Grades

  • 2,
  • 3,
  • 4,
  • 5

Links

Sing along this song to learn rules of patterns.
Guess what number comes next in a series of numbers. Grade level depends on level of game played.
This interactive game can teach kids how to recognize a pattern.
Play this interactive game to discover the pattern by asking questions and eliminating buttons until you find the pattern. Click on the "Number Patterns" and "Word Patterns" links for more pattern activities.
These activities focus on students noticing the details and patterns in objects.
Choose the object that would appear next in the pattern.
Finish the pattern in this interactive game by choosing what color comes next.
Browse the worksheets for finding missing numbers in the numerical patterns.
Try these number patterns, then click on the "Mystery Pattern" link under the "Rock N Troll" button to match patterns of various objects.
Create your Celtic pattern online. NOTE: The site leads to websites with ads.
This page has links to a number of patterns worksheets, puzzles, and a problem solving.
Printout the worksheet and find the patterns in Pascal's triangles.
This eThemes Resource has sites that explain how to create tessellations with polygons using rotation and reflection. Also includes information about artist M.C. Escher and examples of his tessellation artwork. There are several interactive games for manipulating patterns online.
This is a collection of interactive math manipulation sites. The mathematical concepts that are covered include graphing, money, shapes and number relationships. Includes links to eThemes Resources on tessellations, circle graphs/pie charts, and estimation, rounding, and money.

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