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Patterns are everywhere
Tartans and nursery rhymes
Mathematical patterns are regular
Find the regularity
Repeating patterns
One-dimensional repeating patterns
Two-dimensional repeating patterns
Repeating patterns and multiplication
Growing patterns
Making a staircase
Patterns in shapes
The language of shapes
Misunderstandings
Identical units of repeat
It's harder than you think
How do you teach the unit of repeat?
Making border patterns
Rectangular grids
Structure of rectangular grids
Drawing rectangular grids
Rectangular arrays
Number lines
Drawing and reading number lines
Number lines and repeating patterns
Drawing an analogue clock face
Number sequences
Introducing number sequences
Let's have a party!
Find a rule
Tessellations
Triangles tessellate
Making tessellations
Growing patterns can tessellate
Good teaching
Familiar situations
A pattern hunt
Patterns in school activities
Repeating patterns in school activities
Concrete to abstract
Making number sequences real
Abstraction and generalisation
Abstraction of repeating patterns
Generalisation in growing patterns
Using technology
Examples of ICT resources
Assessment
Approaches to assessment
Observation
Analysis of student work
Individual interviews
Group assessment
Activities
A hundred square
Bee-Bots
Drawing an analogue clock face
Folding patterns
Growing fractions
Growing patterns can tessellate
Growing polygons
Let's have a party!
Making an AAB pattern
Making border patterns
Monster choir patterns
Odds and evens
Picture books
Rectangular arrays
Repeating patterns in the environment
Sports day
Symmetrical patterns in the environment
When are two patterns the same?
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