Pattern Mats #Unifix Cubes #teacherspayteachers #backtoschool #backtoschool 2015 Recognizing and making patterns is a fundamental skill that should be mastered by students to develop good literacy and numeracy skills. This unit is composed of 5 sets of patterns (with three strips each) suitable for Pre-K, Kindergarten and 1st Grade students who are beginning or needing practice in recognizing and making patterns.
This is a free hat and mitten pattern worksheet for your Kindergarten and 1st grade students. Have your students practice fine motor coloring skills while creating patterns. In common core standards, patterns help students "Look for and make use of structure" (Mathmatical Practice).
This set provides a great way teach your students to identify and continue AB, ABC, ABB, and AAB patterns with pictures. There are 12 pattern cards for each type of pattern. Each set contains cards to complete each pattern. These cards make a great math station activity! Just print, laminate, and cut the cards . . . then place them in the math station! You're kiddos will think that making patterns is groooovy!
This is a free Thanksgiving pattern worksheet for Kindergarten or Pre-K math for practicing ABA patterns. Students cut, paste, and color the Thanksgiving pictures to practice their fine motor skills and pattern recognition.: