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## Missing Terms - CCSS 3.OA.A.4

 1. Count By A Specific Number. Click Image to Enlarge Choose the missing number in a given sequence. SEE MORE 2. Counting and Number Paterns: Skip-Counting Sequences. Click Image to Enlarge Identify the missing number in the skip-counting sequence. SEE MORE 3. Counting and Number Patterns: Hundred Chart. Click Image to Enlarge Levels for counting and recognizing number patterns using the hundred chart. SEE MORE 4. Find a Missing Number. Click Image to Enlarge Choose one of the many exercises to practice finding the missing number in a sequence. SEE MORE 5. Number & Shape Pattern. Click Image to Enlarge A selection of interactive number and shape pattern games and activities. Choose the level of difficulty. SEE MORE 6. Number Patterns. Click Image to Enlarge Can you help the monster truck reach the goal? Place the missing numbers in the correct spot to complete the pattern and help the truck get across! Practice mode lets you take their time figuring out the pattern. Race mode is a little more intense as you must beat the airplane reach the goal! SEE MORE 7. Pattern Detectives. Click Image to Enlarge Identify and extend patterns in a variety of settings. Audio is used to assist non-readers. SEE MORE 8. Skip Counting Puzzle. Click Image to Enlarge Skip counting word problems. SEE MORE 9. The Missing Number (2 digit numbers). Click Image to Enlarge Find the number that should appear in the empty slot to complete the number pattern, and type it in. SEE MORE 10. Town Creator - Patterns. Click Image to Enlarge Solving patterns can be fun! You will be creating a beautiful town, by adding trees, houses, cars and world landmarks. "Easy" is suitable for grades 2. SEE MORE 11. What Is The Missing Number? Click Image to Enlarge This activity challenges students to find the missing number in each number pattern. It gives immediate feedback. SEE MORE 12. Who's Missing? Click Image to Enlarge Complete the sequence by building the "head" that is missing. Three level game. SEE MORE

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