Ordering and arranging combinations of mathematical objects in patterns and sequences.

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Not common patterns


Patterns don’t always have to be in a straight line. It can follow a curved path and be a mix of different colours and shapes. To practice making more complicated patterns use a mix of any resources you can find at home: coins, cheerios, pens, pencils, blocks.

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Try to spot sequences in daily life

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Ascending and Descending order

This tutorial is designed for Year 2 and Year 3 kids which want to know what are descending and ascending numbers.
I joined the skill with sorting out money tags. Ascending numbers are growing numbers, descending- shrinking. Ascending= getting bigger Descending=getting smaller

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