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## Patterns and Functions - CCSS 5.OA.B.3

 1. Broken Calculator. Click Image to Enlarge Eric smashed his calculator, but it may still be useful. Make the numbers from the keys that are still on the calculator.  SEE MORE 2. Function Machine. Click Image to Enlarge Students investigate very simple functions by trying to guess the algebraic form from inputs and outputs.  SEE MORE 3. Number Cracker Game. Click Image to Enlarge Find the missing number in a series. You can change the difficulty of the series.  SEE MORE 4. Pattern Generator. Click Image to Enlarge This activity allows the user to learn to recognize several types of patterns through filling in the missing pieces. The patterns in this activity are made of: shapes letters numbers  SEE MORE 5. Pattern Shapes. Click Image to Enlarge Students use Pattern Shapes to explore geometry and fractions, create their own designs, or fill in outlines. As they work with shapes, students think about angles, investigate symmetry, and compose and decompose larger shapes. SEE MORE 6. Patterns & Function Machine Worksheets. Click Image to Enlarge Common Core Sheets, the best source for free patterns worksheets and free function machine worksheets. Also includes the ability to create flashcards.  SEE MORE 7. Scientist game - ordering numbers and sequences Click Image to Enlarge Math game for 5th grade on ordering numbers and sequences. In this game grade 5 children will learn how to find number patterns. Some will take the form of geometric or arithmetic progressions. This game is an interactive math quiz which kids could use to test their skills online. This game will introduce kids to notions of algebra II.  SEE MORE 8. Spider Match. Click Image to Enlarge Make a number using integer addition.  SEE MORE 9. Tangram. Click Image to Enlarge A virtual manipulative developed using physics to allow for the feel of concrete pieces, as they can be rotated, moved around, and bumped into each other.  SEE MORE 10. Using A Calculator. Click Image to Enlarge This website provides a fascinating opportunity for pupils to investigate number patterns, properties and relationships.  SEE MORE

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