Directions: 1. Go on a pattern hunt in your house and/or neighborhood! 2. When you find a pattern, take a picture. (You can use your computer or ask a grown up if you can use their phone). 3. Some good places to start looking for patterns are: bathroom and kitchen tiles, bedding, sidewalks, gardens, buildings, and walls. 4. Once you have found at least 3 different patterns, upload them to Seesaw (one per page). 5. Tap . 6. To upload a picture, first make sure it's on your computer (if it's not, have an adult help you). Then, tap and then . 7. Find the picture on your computer and click on it. 8. Once your picture is on Seesaw, tap the to explain what patterns you see. Tap the when you are finished recording. 9. To open a new page for your next picture, tap . 10. Once you have finished sharing your 3 different patterns, tap the to submit your work.
Adapted from the YouCubed Math Task "Unit Rates on Tiles" --> https://www.youcubed.org/resources/unit-rates-on-tiles-k-12-video/