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Learn Fun Math Patterns on a Number Wheel: Threes & Sevens
This video uses a number line bent into a circle for the ones-digits. Skip Counting around the circle by Threes reveal a fancy ten pointed star. Right Brain Math Patterns reveal that when you skip count around the circle by Sevens, you reveal the same star. All the
numbers that add up to ten: the Ones and Nines, the Twos and Eights, the Threes and Sevens, and the Fours and Sixes create the same image on the number wheel. The video shows the factor set of the Threes and Sevens but concentr

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Color Patterns-Virtual Manipulative
Using this virtual manipulative you may:

-Describe a color pattern
-Extend the pattern
-Fix a mistake
-Generate a new pattern

Describe a color pattern
Starting from the upper left corner of the workspace, use your words to describe the sequence of colors.
Extend the pattern
Click on a button with a question mark and then click on the appropriate color to extend the pattern.

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Number Patterns - Virtual Manipulative
This virtual manipulative teaches recognition of number patterns.
Observe the initial numbers in a sequence and enter what you think remaining the remaining values in the pattern are. Click Check Answer to see if your answer matches the computer's answer.
Click New Problem to try a new number sequence.

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Block Patterns – A Virtual Manipulative
Block Patterns – Analyze sequences of figures using pictures, tables, plots, and graphs. There are more instructions to the right of the manipulative.
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How Lydia Solved the Problem: Patterns
3b-How Lydia Solved the Problem (running time: 3:21) - video for session 3.  The learner and teacher walk through how to solve this problem.
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Pattern Blocks - Exploring Patterns Through Shapes - Virtual Manipulative
This program is easy to use. As you can see from the panel below, the colored shapes on the left, are the pattern blocks or manipulatives which can be clicked on to magically make new shapes. This shapes can then be dragged into the working area. There is no limit as to how many shapes you can make and drag out.
(There are more instructions underneath the manipulative.)

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Inductive Patterns
In this video, Sal Khan uses toothpicks and houses to solve this logic problem. Mr. Khan uses the Paint Program (with different colors) to illustrate his points. The viewer may wish to open the video to 'full screen' as there is a lot of writing on a small black screen. Sal Khan was the recipient of the 2009 Microsoft Tech Award in Education.
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• asset title: Grammar Lesson 11: Topic-Comment Patterns, Special Needs Privileges
• track number: 37/46
• time: 12:01
• size: 8.46 MB
• bitrate: 96 kbps
Just look at that barriga! Clearly the polite thing to do, at least in Brazil, would be to have a special line at banks, post offices,
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Number Patterns
This is a 14 page slide show that investigates a variety of number patterns and how to best discover their what their pattern is. Number patterns are all about prediction and recognizing number patterns is also an important problem-solving skill. A great video for skill practice.
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Pilot Math: Patterns
This animation, from the Pilot Math 5 series, explains the concept of a Growing Pattern when Cameron and Lian decide to decorate Lian's bedroom using shapes.

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Pilot Math: Patterns
This animation, from the Pilot Math Principles 10 series, explains the concept of Patterns in math by using a party attended by the Pilot Math gang as an example.

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Finding Patterns
In this interactive game, students must identify patterns in pictures.  Students become pattern detectives and find the patterns.  The lesson is available in text only or text with audio for non-readers.
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Model, Extend and Translate Geometric Shapes Patterns
Learn about patterns as they are modeled using shapes.  Try to figure out what will come next in a pattern.  User clicks through the slides.

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Patterns- Describe, Extend and Predict
Studentslearn how to describe a pattern by telling what will come next- what shape, what size or what color.  It sometimes helps to say the pattern to find it.

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Patterns
A pattern is a set of shapes or numbers that are repeated over and over again. This video has four parts:  Part 1 is about identifying patterns, Part 2 is about identifying the core of a pattern, part 3 is about extending the pattern with the core, and part 4 is about identifying the same pattern in different images

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How to Find Free Knitting Patterns
This video explains how to find free knitting patterns for many skill levels with information.  Some places to find free knitting patterns are at yarn supply stores, as many yarn distributors supply free patterns to complement their products and the Internet also offers free patterns.

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Re- and Pre- Spelling Patterns
Introduction is almost 2 minutes long.  A spelling list of  pre- and re- prefix word practice.  Narrators reads the entire list and the challenge words.  Each word is spelled orally and individual letters appear on the screen.  Narrator defines the word.  Students are asked to trace and say the word. (18:
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Patterns in Plants
In this video segment from Cyberchase, Bianca wants to learn why her plants keep dying, so she transports them in a carriage to the New York Botanical Garden. A helpful plant expert shows her some patterns in plants, including bilateral and rotational symmetry, before discovering the pattern that may be killing Bianca's plants. Closed captioning. Run time 03:25.
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2 Patterns of disease
Access to healthcare is important to all of us. Did the arrival of state medicine in the twentieth century mean that everyone had access to good medical services? If you fell sick in 1930 where could you get treatment – from a GP, a hospital, a nurse? This unit shows that in the early twentieth century, access to care was unequally divided. The rich could afford care; working men, women and children were helped by the state; others had to rely on their own resources.
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