Here's a lesson plan, board game, and task cards for thinking about numerical patterns.
FREE PRINTABLE Pattern task card freebie
Roll a Rule, making patterns out of the rule you role on the dice. Roll 2nd time to determine the 1st number to the rule then fill out the rest on your own. Use 2 dice for bigger numbers.
I'm always looking for easy art projects, and this fits the bill perfectly. Plus, kids love snakes.
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This would be great for problem solving with patterns!
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