\ \ Encourage counting various types. How many cooked cookies? How many uncooked? How many rows? Columns? As always discuss
Thinking: Exploring symmetry. #tmwyk pic.twitter.com/2rfzEi8sf4 — Mark Trushkowsky (@mtrushkowsky) December 17, 2017
\ \ What could you and your child count in this picture? Predict how many more “turns” until it falls
\ \ After you discuss the patterning you see here let you child know that this triangular array is called
\ \ Ask your child how they counted the faces? Then ask them to count them a different way.\ \
\ \ Kyle Pearce has shared a math challenge for each day in June to prepare for today, Canada’s 150
\ \ What number will they overlap on? How do you know? Draw two new patterns that overlap on the
What pattern could you create by having your friends stand on numbers?\ \
\ \ How many cherries should be in the 7th pile if the pattern continues? Create another pattern that starts
\ \ How many triangles would fill the centre of the completed picture?
\ \ How can you count them differently? If you ate one of the groups, how many would be left?
\ \ For a video version of this prompt check out the twitter feed here.
\ \ Which one doesn’t belong? Be ready to say why your choice doesn’t fit with the rest. Try to
\ \ After your child counts the dots say “another child counted them in a different way. How might he/she
\ \ Describe a pattern that increases by a lot and one that increases by a little. Describe a pattern
\ \ Describe the pattern. Make two more patterns with missing terms. One easy and one hard.
\ \ How man eggs do you see? How many empty spaces? How did you count them?
\ \ See more at SolveME Mobiles
\ \ Create your own pattern. Create an easy pattern. Create a hard pattern.
\ \ How many edges or vertices should be in stack 3?
\ \ Inspired by Steve Wyborney. See more about this style of prompt here