# Explore Pattern Find, Math Problem, and more!

This set of 40 Patterning Task Cards reviews the concepts of pattern rules, finding the next term in a pattern, using algebraic expressions to describe patterns and graphing patterns. Wether you use this as a unit introduction, math centre, or review activity, your students will love this activity. An answer sheet and answer key are included.

At TED2010, mathematics legend Benoit Mandelbrot develops a theme he first discussed at TED in 1984 -- the extreme complexity of roughness, and the way that fractal math can find order within patterns that seem unknowably complicated.

This set is to be used after a lesson on the look for a pattern problem-solving strategy. It has been created with the intermediate elementary level in mind.

Enjoy this holiday themed freebie guaranteed to bring excitement to your math class.Students will create a turkey using pattern blocks. I provide cardstock and pattern blocks to my students. Then they trace the pattern blocks to create a picture. I allow students to add some details and accents that are not created using pattern blocks, but most of the picture should be constructed from pattern blocks.

This set of 40 Patterning Task Cards reviews the concepts of pattern rules, finding the next term in a pattern, using algebraic expressions to describe patterns and graphing patterns. Whether you use this as a unit introduction, math centre, or review activity, your students will love this activity.

{A Crochet Recipe: a rough guide on how to produce a crochet item, as opposed to a proper pattern which involves more maths than the designer had brain cells for at the time of casting on} Find the first set of instructions on how to make your own, slightly off-kilter Dally Dahlia Blanket here...