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Incorrect units of repeat.

Correct units of repeat.

A train of six cubes.

A train of twelve cubes.

A unit of repeat for the first train.

A unit of repeat for the second train.

Units of repeat not aligned.

One unit of repeat reversed.

Units of repeat aligned.

Some students’ drawings of the frequency axis.

A Scottish tartan.Source: Getty/Arthur S Aubry.

Three Blind Mice.

Footprints in the sand.Source: Ajith Kumar. Licensed under a Creative-Commons Attribution 2.0 Generic (CC BY 2.0).

A ladder.

Jane’s drawing.

A brick wall.Source: Wikimedia Commons. Licensed under a Free Art License 1.3.

An AAB repeating pattern.

Two units of repeat found on the one fence.

One possible unit of repeat. Source: Getty/ Pete Ryan.

Two possible units of repeat. Source: Getty/Arthur S. Aubry.

A wrought iron fence.Source: NCPTT Media. Licensed under an Attribution-NonCommercial 2.0 Generic (CC BY-NC 2.0).

Patterned floor tiles.Source: Getty/Pete Ryan.

A staircase pattern.

A growing pattern of cubes.

A set of pattern blocks.

A border pattern.

A 3 \(\times\) 4 array.

A triangular array.

A 3 \(\times\) 4 rectangular grid.

Ashah's drawing.

Bonney's drawing.

Con's drawing.

The three rows of the grid.

The four columns of the grid.

A 2 \(\times\) 2 'window'.

A clock with clearly labelled numerals.

Student's temperature graph.

Some recent Australian sporting events.

A speedometer.Source: Sean MacEntee. Licensed under a Creative-Commons Attribution 2.0 Generic (CC BY 2.0).

A number line.

Counting by threes on a number track.

Counting by threes on a number line.

Counting by threes on a different number line.

Numbers of guests for various numbers of tables.

The given pattern.

Ashah’s pattern.

Ben’s pattern.

Cora’s pattern.

A correct solution.

Triangular numbers.

Simple repeating pattern.

Growing pattern.

A triangle tessellation.

Similar triangles.

Six triangles fit around each point.

A rectangular grid of squares.

A rectangular array of circles.

A tessellation of squares and octagons.

A student-created tessellation.

A brick wall.Source: not provided. Licensed under a Free Art License 1.3.

A wooden fence.Source: faukto_digit. Licensed under a Creative-Commons Attribution 2.0 Generic (CC BY 2.0).

A leaf.

A symmetrical building.Source: Getty/ Scott Hailstone.

A spider web.

A kaleidoscope image.Source: sky radford. Licensed under a Creative-Commons Attribution 3.0 Unported (CC BY 3.0).

A sack race.Source: Getty/Deborah Jaffe.

A running track.

The rhythmic pattern of 'Swish, swash, swoosh, sings the sea'.

A hundred square.

The strip folded in two.

The strip folded in two, twice.

A number sequence on a number line.

A repeating pattern.

Three examples of an ABB pattern.

Repeating pattern of coloured cubes.

Repeating pattern of heights.

Repeating pattern of coloured beads.

Repeating pattern of shapes.

Repeating pattern of music notes.

A triangle and a square.

Making a triangle into a square.

Making a square into a pentagon.

The Pentagon in Washington DC, USA.

The strip folded into three equal parts.

The strip folded into four equal parts.

Screen grab from L1064 Musical number patterns: odds and evens.© Education Services Australia, 2011

A growing pattern of square arrays.

How the pattern grows.

Screen grab from L494 Monster choir: Look and listen.© 2011 Education Services Australia

A Bee-Bot

Navigate your Bee-Bot around a treasure island.

A Brainpop Picture Maker activity.

A Brainpop Draw About It activity.

A BBC Number Patterns activity.