Number Patterns

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Number Patterns are typical math drill that children encounter although most of the time, the obvious is not that obvious.

Patterns are repeated over and over. These could be numbers, repeated lines, colors, shapes, forms and even behavior.

Number patterns

For an example on number patterns, the factors for 2 are the following: 2 4 6 8 10
12 14 16 18 20
22 24 26 28 30

Number patterns are often given in math aptitude tests because it serves to see how students observe the way the numbers in a number series (among other things) relate to each other.

Some examples of number patterns:

Arithmetic Sequences:

1, 4, 7, 10, 13, 16, 19, 22, 25, …

25, 23, 21, 19, 17, 15, …

Geometric Sequences:

3, 9, 27, 81, 243, 729, 2187, …

Cube Numbers:

1, 8, 27, 64, 125, 216, 343, 512, 729, …

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Grade 1 Language Arts reviewer: Kinds of Sentences

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Write the telling sentences correctly:

1. mira is a girl

Underline the correct word to make a good asking question:

1. (Where, When) did Mrs. Chan go?

Change the telling sentences to asking sentences:

1. My favorite toys are cars.

Write the exclamation point (!) what these people said:

1. Oh my gosh

What command sentences are you going to say for these situations:

1. Your dog is eating your shoes.

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Grade 1 Language Arts Reviewer: Subject and Predicate

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Grade 1 Language Arts Reviewer for SUBJECT and PREDICATE

Write the correct subject for the sentences.

1. ______________ is a dog.

Write the correct predicate for the sentences:

1. The mall _________________________.

Ring the subject and underline the predicate.

1. Dorothy can read books.

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Grade 1 Science First Quarter Reviewer

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Body Parts: What body parts do you use in the given situations?

  1. playing hopscotch or piko
  2. cutting paper shape with scissors [...]

Draw a body and label [...]

Choose the activity that shows how you take care of your body:

  1. taking a bath daily
  2. going to bed in dirty clothes [...]

Health: Encircle the correct answer

  1. Which is the basic need to become healthy? (book, toy, food, clothes)
  2. There are (six, three, four, five) basic food groups. [...]

PROPER CLOTHING: Write yes or no

  1. It is good to wear shorts during cold days.
  2. A raincoat or an umbrella is important during the rainy days [...]

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Grade 1 Language Arts Reviewer for Words with EA

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Grade 1 Language Arts Reviewer for Words with EA

Write the correct words in the blanks:

-meal

-steal

1. These are vegetables _________________

2. What we do with books _________________

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Pictograph

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Pictograph

A pictograph uses pictures or symbols to represent information. We write a legend at the bottom of the graph to indicate the number of quantity each picture or symbol represents.

Half of a picture or symbol represents half the number of a given quantity.

Mass and Weight

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Weight/Mass

The gram (m) is used to measure the weight of light objects.

The kilogram (kg) is used to measure the weight of heavy objects.

There are 1000 grams in 1 kilogram

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