Maths Patterns

This week we have been talking about patterns in maths. We have looked at shape patterns, shape and colour patterns and number patterns.

Today we worked in groups of four. With a partner we had to make up a number pattern and then swap with the other pair in our group. We then had to add the next two numbers to the pattern and describe the rule we had used to find the numbers.

Mrs Stewart came around to listen to all the groups and thought that there were some really interesting conversations about number going on between us all.

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1 Response to “Maths Patterns”


  • Hello,
    I enjoyed watching the children create math patterns. I am looking for global partner classrooms that might like to Skype or e-mail during the upcoming school year. If you are interested in having a partner classroom visit and possibly complete projects with you for the 2011-2012 school year, please respond. School, for us, begins in September immediately after Labor Day.
    Thank you!

    Best regards,

    Sharon Rippen

    St. John\\\’s Episcopal School
    Olney, MD 20832
    http://www.stjes.com

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