Visual Patterns Formative (Math)

Hey math teachers!
I’m sure many of you know the amazing work of Fawn Nguyen. I have adapted her Visual Patterns into Formatives for my 6th Graders. The great part of the Visual Patterns is you can make them adaptable to whatever grade you teach.

Here are a few examples of Formatives I created based on the Visual Patterns.

Happy Pattern Finding!

Visual Patterns #1
Clone Code: EENQFD
or
link
https://goformative.com/clone/EENQFD
Visual Patterns #2
Clone Code: PHLKHW
or
link
https://goformative.com/clone/PHLKHW

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Hey Kelly,
Thanks so much for sharing these! We gave you a shoutout on Twitter!

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Hello,

I teach fifth grade math and we are just beginning expressions and equations and I really like how you used GoFormative with you sixth graders. I was thinking about using these in combination with the Desmos graphing calculator for learners to interpret patterns, create their own and graph their input/output tables. Has anyone combined these three great things together? (GoFormative, Fawn’s Visual Patterns and Desmos)

Thanks,
May

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Have you explored https://teacher.desmos.com/ ? It allows you to create activities and get feedback similar to nearpod if you have used that. I just searched and here is a patterns activity I found https://teacher.desmos.com/activitybuilder/custom/589a31ddda95a7a50509daa5 You can creat your own activities to.

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