Tag Archives: patterns

Multiplication Facts – Sevens

Multiplication Facts – Sevens

There’s a funny little pattern in the times tables for sevens. Check it out!More

Melissa & Doug's Animal Pattern Blocks Set

Melissa & Doug's Animal Pattern Blocks Set

Discover all sorts of great geometry things with Melissa & Doug’s Animal Pattern Blocks Set.More

Rush Hour Traffic Jam Game

Rush Hour Traffic Jam Game

Think Fun’s Rush Hour Traffic Jam Game teaches patterns, logic, strategy… in other words: MATH!More

Wrapping Paper – Doing the Math this Season

Wrapping Paper – Doing the Math this Season

Is there really math everywhere? Yes indeed – even in wrapping paper! More

Improve Math Learning With Rubik’s Cube Art!

Improve Math Learning With Rubik’s Cube Art!

Rubikcubism, or Rubik’s Cube art, is something your kids can do to improve math learning – and it doesn’t have to be expensive!More

Wordless Wednesday: Fibonacci Baskets

Wordless Wednesday: Fibonacci Baskets

Isn’t wordless Wednesday supposed to not have words? I’m totally messing that up – but it is a great photo of Fibonacci Baskets!More

Finding Patterns in a Lokta Paper Blank Book

Finding Patterns in a Lokta Paper Blank Book

Part of the Count 10 Read 10 series, this activity is good anywhere. Just about anything, from argyle socks to zoot suits can have curious patterns. Here’s one way to play with them.More

How Adding Evens and Odds is like Multiplying Positives and Negatives

How Adding Evens and Odds is like Multiplying Positives and Negatives

Adding evens and odds has the same pattern as multiplying positive and negatives. I rediscovered this while playing cribbage – and keeping my eyes peeled for patterns!More

In How Many Ways Can You Solve the Thiagi Circles Jolt?

In How Many Ways Can You Solve the Thiagi Circles Jolt?

A fun puzzle from world famous Thiagi – and the number of different ways to solve it!More

Teaching Patterns with Playful Bath Shapes

Teaching Patterns with Playful Bath Shapes

Differentiation is the foundation of learning. Curiosity comes in the form of “Why is that different?” And right behind it is “Why is that the same?”More