This workbook is designed to build children's problem-solving and reasoning skills as they explore the patterns that underlie math. Diverse reproducible activity pages range from completing simple patterns to data sorting and classification. These underlying abilities are necessary for students to move from concrete math skills to more abstract concepts.
Sample topics include: place value patterns, noticing nines, function machines, graphing multiples, digit sums, square numbers, Pascal's Triangle, prime numbers, and ratios. 88 pp.
Patterns in Mathematics - Gr. 3-6
Author: Paul Swan
Age: 8, 9, 10, 11, 12
Grade: 3, 4, 5, 6
Topic: Math, Arithmetic, Critical Thinking