- Have samples of sequences available for your students to study. Use mathematical sequences such as:
- 2 4 6 8
- 1 4 7 10
- 2 4 16 256

- Have an explanation for each sample explaining why it is a sequence.
- Provide worksheets for the students to practice completing sequences that you have started at the center. Provide answers so that they may check their work after they are finished with the practice problems.
- Have students come up with an original sequence. Have them complete it to six or seven terms. Then, have them exchange sequences with fellow students at the center to see if they can complete them.

- Trefoil Observation
- Where Did the Easter Bunny Come From?
- Write the Words
- Election 2000
- Discover Pi
- Egg Weight
- Beast Feast
- Egg Volume
- Put the Story in Order
- Interview a Veteran
- Bottle Flutes
- Word Association
- Cultural Comparison
- Spinner Probability
- Pumpkin Measurements
- Monster Math
- Pattern Necklaces
- Object Observation
- Aluminum Boat Contest
- Area of a Shamrock
- Early Division
- Grateful for Acrostic
- Letter of Apology
- Paint a Picture with Words
- Am I a Square?
- Combinations
- What Weighs More?
- Giant Kiss
- Corn on the Cob
- Biographical Data Organization
- Ice Insulation
- Thanksgiving Dinner
- Thingamajigs
- The Pumpkin
- Love Songs
- To Float or Not To Float
- If the Earth Were Flat
- Cinderella, Cinderella
- Feeling Hot, Hot, Hot!
- Block Volume
- All About Columbus
- Division with Models
- Chinese Symbols
- Journal Topic: Space Exploration
- Hackey Sack
- Pocket Chart
- How Many Classrooms Fit?
- Easter Egg Contest
- Spring Into Science
- Base10 Blocks

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