Reflection: Lesson Planning Thanksgiving Patterns - Section 2: Thanksgiving Patterns

My students really enjoyed this station. I found that they were wanting to build and re-create more than 1 pattern. Unfortunately, there was not a lot of time built into stations to complete more than 1 pattern. So, I had children turn their pattern sheet into a basket. I kept this station out for the remainder of the week, rather than swap it out with another one. This allowed students to finish this activity throughout the week if they wanted to.

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Thanksgiving Patterns

Unit 15: Thanksgiving Math
Lesson 4 of 6

Big Idea: Kindergartners are creative people! This lesson allows students the freedom to build their very own patterns.

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Cassandra Joss

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