• Algebra: Pattern
There are three basic ideas that young students have to master when using pegboards to pattern. They need to be able to identify patterns and then:
While creating patterns children will be learning about:
Typical Classroom Requirements
A class set:
Whole class activities may be carried out with one peg board shared between two students.
A typical class would require 16 pegboards. If pegboard activities are designed to be completed by small groups rotating between activities then 4 – 6 pegboards would be sufficient.
Support and Complementary Materials
These generally come in the form of activity cards or photograph cards that encourage students to:
• Continue and
• Create patterns