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PK-A-1-2

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PK.A.1.2 Recognize, duplicate, and extend repeating patterns involving manipulatives, sound, movement, and other contexts.

In a Nutshell

Pre-K students will begin to work with patterns throughout the year. This process begins with identifying a pattern and being able to distinguish it from a random assortment. Next, students engage in reproducing various types of patterns in different ways. The final stage involves students being able to continue a given pattern. These skills are practiced and carried over into kindergarten.

Teacher Actions

• Build conceptual understanding by recognizing and identifying patterns around them.
• Advance mathematical reasoning by copying patterns with manipulatives, sound, movement, etc.
• Make generalizations when continuing or extending a given pattern.
• Promote problem solving by providing opportunities for students to explore patterns in multiple ways.
• Support productive struggle by allowing students to copy patterns, with clapping, movement, manipulatives, etc.
• Pose purposeful questions to encourage students to extend patterns (“what would come next?” and “why?”)

Misconceptions

• A pattern is a repeating arrangement that follows a rule.
• Once the rule is broken, the sequence is no longer a pattern.
• A pattern is a just a sequence.
• The elements of a pattern unit can change within a pattern.
• The order of elements in a pattern unit is interchangeable.

OKMath Framework Introduction

PreK Math Standards