Math patterns are all around us. Kindergartners learning to count has to do with patterns. A 3rd or 4th grader learns that when they multiply any number by 5, the answer is a number that ends in either 0 or 5...another pattern. And it goes on and on, patterns are in even in algebra and calculus.
Skill: Extending patterns
Number of players: 2-3
Object of the game: Be the first player to reach the beehive
Supplies: Game board and game cards, 1 die, a marker for each player
Preparation: Copy and laminate the game board. Copy and cut apart the game cards. Shuffle and place face down on the table.
If you liked the Honey Hunt Pattern game, you might also enjoy these. The first is an activity that helps young learners recognize their basic shape. And the next one helps them master counting by twos.
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