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Growing, Shrinking, Repeating. JoeyLynn Paquette. Growing, Shrinking, Repeating. Variability and Change. What you can do after seeing this presentation:. Describe how elements of a pattern are related Describe and predict changes. Pattern Relationships.

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Growing, Shrinking, Repeating

Variability and Change

what you can do after seeing this presentation
What you can do after seeing this presentation:
  • Describe how elements of a pattern are related
  • Describe and predict changes
pattern relationships
Pattern Relationships
  • The numbers or objects in a pattern can change in predictable ways. They can:
    • Grow
    • Shrink
    • Repeat
growing patterns
Growing Patterns
  • To grow is to increase or expand
  • Patterns can be described as growing
  • Examples:
    • The shape of a plant can grow as the plant matures
    • Numbers can increase
    • Designs can expand

Learn more and get some practice, too.

shrinking patterns
Shrinking Patterns
  • To shrink is to become smaller or more compacted or to lessen in value.
  • Patterns can be described as shrinking
  • Examples:
    • The height of a snow bank shrinks as spring approaches
    • Numbers in a pattern can lessen in value
    • Designs and objects can become compacted or smaller

Learn more and get some practice, too.

repeating patterns
Repeating Patterns
  • To repeat is to make appear again
  • Patterns can be described as repeating
  • Examples:
    • Numbers can repeat
    • Objects and designs can repeat
    • The seasons of the year repeat from one year to the next

Learn more and get some practice, too.

Take a deeper look into repeating patterns.

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Shrinking Patterns
  • To shrink is to become smaller or more compacted or to lessen in value.
  • Patterns can be described as shrinking
  • Examples:
    • The height of a snow bank shrinks as spring approaches
    • Numbers in a pattern can lessen in value
    • Designs and objects can become compacted or smaller
growing shrinking and repeating
Growing, Shrinking, AND Repeating
  • Sometimes a pattern does a combination.
  • Examples:
    • Grow and shrink
    • Grow and repeat
    • Shrink and repeat
    • Shrink, grow, and repeat

Can you complete the pattern?

Check your answers.

let s be mathematicians
Let’s Be Mathematicians
  • A pattern is a set of numbers or objects that are generated by following a specific rule.
  • A sequence is a pattern involving an ordered arrangement of numbers, geometric figures, letters, or other objects.
  • If you need more help with these terms or if you would like to see more examples using these terms, check out the dictionary at Intermath.
resources
Resources
  • A Maths Dictionary for Kids
  • Intermath
  • MI CLiMB
  • Principles and Standards for School Mathematics
  • Merriam-Webster
  • Beaufort Online
  • DiscoverySchool.com
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Growing, Shrinking, Repeating

This PowerPoint presentation was created by J. Paquette.