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Pattern worksheets contain identifying next picture, color, size and shape; increasing and decreasing number pattern, writing pattern rule and more.
Albert Goerlitz saved to Algebra
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Kirstin Abbey saved to Pre-K Math
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Cynthia Cates saved to anchor charts
The Growing and Shrinking Number Patterns (A) Math Worksheet from the Patterning Worksheets Page at Math-Drills.com.
Susan Bosco saved to Number patterns
Download AB patterns worksheets and activities for pre-k level. Practice to continue and create AB patterns using shapes, colors, objects and sizes.
Sarah Gowan saved to Patterns
We are finishing up our patterns and coordinate graphing unit! My kids had so much fun with this one, especially coming up with their own patterns. They love to really push the limits and think outside the box when creating their patterns. We began the unit with patterns and function tables. We did both shape ... Read more
Erin Malner saved to Math mindset
Successful early experiences in math have a powerful effect in how your child develops their mathematical thinking, a important skill to master for use in their everyday lives. Our math printable worksheets will help your young child learn their numbers, shapes and other basic math skills.
M S saved to math activities
This festive gumdrop patterns activity sheet stretches students to create patterns of their own. AB, ABB, ABC patterns... they're all there!
Playdough to Plato saved to Playdough to Plato
Hi friends! I'm here to share with you how I taught patterning to my class this year! Click here to see what I did last year. Here is what I planned for whole group lessons: Click on the image above to download my unit plan from google drive. On the first day we introduced patterning and we created this anchor chart with bingo dabbers. On the second day we watched a patterning video "The Bunny Goes Hop" by Harry Kindergarten (my favourite video for patterning!) and we played the game Mystery…
Lisa Dochniak saved to Education
This pattern scavenger hunt is a great way to get the kids up and moving. Open their eyes to notice all the fun patterns in your house and see how many they can find! Having an indoor pattern hunt is a great way to get the kids running about
Emily Milanowski saved to Baby: Playtime