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  1. 1. PATTERNS<br />What patterns can you see? Can you create a pattern?<br />
  2. 2. Patterns<br />What is a pattern?<br /> A repeated design or arrangement using shapes, lines, colours, numbers, etc. <br />De Klerk, J. (2007). Illustrated Maths Dictionary 4th Edition. Port Melbourne, Victoria: Pearson <br />Australia. (p.95).<br />
  3. 3. NSW Syllabus<br />Early Stage 1 (Kindergarten)<br />PAES1.1 Recognises, describes, creates repeating patterns and number patterns that increase or decrease.<br />NES1.1 Counts to 30, and orders, reads and represents numbers in the range 0 to 20.<br />
  4. 4. Warm-up Activity<br />Students will start a whole class warm-up activity. Using the number chart, teacher and students will count,<br />From 0 to 30<br />From 30 to 0<br />
  5. 5. Warm-up Activity continued…<br />Model/Guided teaching: Teacher will model what a number before and a number after looks like. <br />ACTIVITY: Use the number chart as a guide<br /><ul><li>What number comes after? 8, 2, 14, 20.
  6. 6. What number comes before? 6, 9, 15, 3
  7. 7. Can you finish this number sequence? Use the number chart as a guide.</li></ul>a) 2 ___ 4 ___6?<br />b) 7 ___ 9 ___11?<br />c) 10 ___ 8 ___6?<br />d) 19 ___17 ___15?<br />
  8. 8. Two Pattern Sequence<br /> Example one, is a two pattern sequence using squares and circles.<br />Example two, this is another two pattern sequence using triangles and diamond shapes.<br />3) Can you continue the pattern sequence?<br />
  9. 9. Two Pattern Sequence continued…<br />Complete the two pattern sequence.<br />a)<br />b)<br />c)<br />
  10. 10. Three Pattern Sequence<br />This is a three pattern sequence using a star, arrow and a heart.<br />a)<br />b)<br />
  11. 11. Three Pattern Sequence continued…<br />Complete the three pattern sequence.<br />a)<br />b) <br />
  12. 12. Activity<br />In your workbooks,<br /><ul><li>Create a two sequence pattern using a triangle and circle.
  13. 13. Create a three sequence pattern using a square, triangle and circle.
  14. 14. Create you own two sequence pattern.
  15. 15. Create you own three sequence pattern.</li></li></ul><li>Class Appreciation<br />Students will be seated for the final activity. In one big circle, every second student will hold their book up to show the class their work and the rest of the students can show rest can show their work too.<br />
  16. 16. PATTERNS<br />Resources<br />Board of Studies NSW. (2003). Mathematics K-6 Sample Unit of Work. Sydney, NSW: Board of Studies NSW.<br />De Klerk, J. (2007). Illustrated Maths Dictionary 4th Edition. Port Melbourne, Victoria: Pearson <br />Australia. (p.95).<br />Ziggity Zoom Sparking Kids Imagination, 2008. [Accessed 10th May 2011, www.ziggityzoom.com] <br />

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