Standards with the same topic and subject but for other grades
Extend a given pattern, using objects, pictures, or numbers.
Describe how a given growing pattern is changing.
Understand that patterns are a way to recognize order and organize their world and to predict what comes next in an arrangement.
Identify a pattern as growing or repeating.
Describe the core (the part of the sequence that repeats) of a given repeating pattern.
Create a growing or repeating pattern, using objects, pictures, or numbers.
Transfer a given growing or repeating pattern from one form to another using objects, pictures, or numbers.
In numeric patterns, students must determine the difference, called the common difference, between each succeeding number in order to determine what is added to each previous number to obtain the next number. Students do not need to use the term common difference at this level.
Compare similarities and differences between patterns.
The part of the pattern that repeats is called the core.