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# Pattern and algebra

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Unit of work on Pattern and algebra for Year 5 and 6

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### Pattern and algebra

1. 1. + Patterns and Algebra Year 5 and 6
2. 2. + Top 5 – Year 5  I can describe a pattern using words, numbers and symbols (including fractions, decimals and whole numbers.)  I can continue a pattern for at least 5 more steps.  I can create a pattern of my own using:  Fractions  Decimals  Whole numbers  Growing shapes  I know how to find unknown quantities in a number sentence involving multiplication.  I know how to find unknown quantities in a number sentence involving division.
3. 3. + Top 5 – Year 6  I can describe the rule used to create a pattern using words, numbers and symbols (including fractions, decimals and whole numbers.)  I can continue a pattern for at least 5 more steps.  I can create a pattern of my own using:  Fractions  Decimals  Whole numbers  Growing shapes  I know how to use BEDMAS to solve number sentences (using order of operations.)  I can apply BEDMAS rules to write number sentences.
4. 4. + Patterns  Choose a pattern.  Explore  Continue  Describe – in words, numbers, symbols  Explain the rule
5. 5. + Pattern 1.
6. 6. + Pattern 2
7. 7. + Pattern 3
8. 8. + Pattern 4
9. 9. + Pattern 5
10. 10. + Pattern 6
11. 11. + Pattern 7  Make your own growing shape pattern using match sticks, blocks, squares, etc.
12. 12. + Pattern 8  Create patterns using fractions and decimals: ¼, 2/4, ¾, 4/4, 5/4, 6/4, etc. 0.1, 0.2, 0.3, etc. 2.2, 2.4, 2.6, etc.
13. 13. + Can you solve these equations?  5 x _ = 20  6 x _ = 18  15 x _ = 30  8 x _ = 32  _ x 10 = 50  _ x 6 = 72  _ x 4 = 48
14. 14. + What about these?  70 ÷ _ = 7  4 ÷ _ = 2  81 ÷ _ = 9  9 ÷ _ = 3  12 ÷ _ = 3  25 ÷ _ = 5  _ ÷ 3 = 12  _ ÷ 4 = 20  _ ÷ 5 = 30
15. 15. + BEDMAS