Maths is all to do with pattern, whether it is shape or number. This week we have published a set of four worksheets on the patterns patterns made on a number square when counting on in threes, fours and fives.
These pages can be found in our Counting and Number section of the Superbrain link.
When creating patterns much depends on the type of number square that is used. Some begin with zero on the left hand side across to 9. Others start at 1 across to 10 and others are smaller. Whichever is used, most will create interesting patterns if coloured in according to which number is being counted on from. Sometimes it is interesting to superimpose two or three patterns on the same number square. When doing this some squares are coloured more than once because they are multiples of both numbers. Clear? Why not try them yourself?