Ch 30: 5th Grade Math: Patterns & Sequences

About This Chapter

The Patterns and Sequences chapter includes engaging video lessons that are designed to introduce 5th grade students to the fundamentals of sequences. You can teach your students about finite and infinite mathematical sequences as well as arithmetic and geometric sequences. Give the lesson quizzes to test your students' knowledge of sequences and patterns.

5th Grade Math: Patterns and Sequences - Chapter Summary

The focus of the Patterns and Sequences chapter is on teaching 5th grade students to identify number patterns and to locate geometric sequences. Through the short, fun video lessons, your students can learn to understand each term in a sequence as well as how to create the formula of a geometric sequence. The chapter includes self-assessment quizzes and a chapter examination.

Chapter Lessons and Objectives

Lesson Objective
What is a Mathematical Sequence? Students are taught to define and identify simple and complex sequences.
Finding and Classifying Geometric Sequences Instructors show students how to classify geometric sequences.
Solving Increasing Growth Patterns This lesson teaches students how to solve increasing growth patterns.
Identifying Number Patterns in Word Problems Instructors teach the rules for solving number patterns in word problems.
Identifying Number Patterns with Addition or Subtraction Students learn techniques for identifying number patterns with subtraction or addition.
Identifying Number Patterns with Multiplication or Division Instructors teach students to identify number patterns with multiplication or division, and students complete examples.

Chapter Practice Exam
Test your knowledge of this chapter with a 30 question practice chapter exam.
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Practice Final Exam
Test your knowledge of the entire course with a 50 question practice final exam.
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