TK1 Patterns and orders
Patterns and orders occur everywhere. They are a good stimulus for discussion.
Children can contribute their own knowledge about counting, shapes, colours, positional
concepts, structuring etc. Moreover, this introductory topic enables the teacher to
begin to define the position.
The ability to recognise, compare, form and complete patterns on the basis of their
qualitative properties is an important prerequisite for creating arithmetical and
See Introduction to
"patterns and orders"; Translation
See impulse 1 “Sounds
of tens and ones”; Translation
CD: Track 2, Track 6, Track 21
Overview "patterns and orders"
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