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1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7�
Take out the even numbers & add the numbers cumulatively
1, (1 + 3), (4 + 5), (9 + 7), (16 + 9)�
Get the sequence of consecutive squares:
1, 4, 9, 16!
Alfred Moessner discovered these magic numbers in the 1950's. # Number Pattern Worksheets = free = members only Basic Lesson
Students learn how to identify a simple number sequence.
Standard: MATH 1 View worksheet Independent Practice 1
Students decide what comes before, after, and between number sequences.
Standard: MATH 1 View worksheet Independent Practice 2
Contains 10 number pattern problems. The answers can be found below.
Standard: MATH 1 View worksheet Number Pattern Quiz
Contains 10 problems each with a missing number in a sequence.
Standard: MATH 1 View worksheet Homework Worksheet
Provides 5 number pattern problems with 2 completed examples.
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