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November 11, 2020 | Sossi Essajanian
This week the children thought deeper about patterns.
What is a pattern like?
How do you know that something is a pattern?
What makes something a pattern?
Patterns help children notice that things change over time, sometimes in a repeated, predicable way. By noticing, reading, and creating patterns, reasoning and logic skills begin to take shape.
Studying patterns help children notice regularities. This helps guide them to dig deeper and find the “rule” that is guiding the pattern. This is the key to crack the code.
There are many different types of patterns: growing, musical, alternating, number patterns.