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Pattern activities help kids develop early math skills. These pattern activities range from simple pattern-making crafts to more advanced pattern games. Kids will learn to weave a pattern from paper to make holiday keepsakes, create beaded patterns to make unique jewelry, and even make patterns with their food! Working with patterns from a young age helps children recognize repetition in numbers, sounds, and activities, and can help prepare them for times tables, addition, and skip counting. Try these pattern activities with your young mathematician!

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Rainy day? Stuck inside? Here's an arts and crafts pasta project to enjoy with your kindergartener that helps her with math patterns too.
Patterns
Kindergarten
Do something totally unique and new with a pumpkin this year! Practice designing patterns with stripes, zig-zags, or geometric shapes. The sky's the limit!
Patterns
Second Grade
By selecting a pattern and carefully repeating it on the entire surface of a pumpkin, your child will transform a simple garden vegetable into a work of art.
Patterns
Fourth Grade
Celebrate Easter, or just about any day, with a candy necklace. Grab your favorite candies, a string of yarn and get ready to make a yummy, colorful treat!
Patterns
First Grade
Make a lei and bring a touch of the tropical lifestyle into your home!
Patterns
First Grade
Want to turn snack time into fun-time? Help him turn ordinary rice cakes into creatures that are silly, creepy, or just plain cute!
Patterns
Preschool
Your child will boost her visual recognition skills and become more familiar with different colors as she pairs up craft sticks with the same patterns.
Patterns
Preschool
Your child can emulate M.C. Escher with this hands-on art project for fall and Thanksgiving.
Patterns
Kindergarten
In this arts and crafts activity, boost your kindergartener's letter recognition and reading skills by helping her create a paper word quilt.
Patterns
Kindergarten
Using a Fruit Loop-type cereal and yarn, help your preschooler create crunchy, edible patterns.
Patterns
Preschool
This heart print makes the perfect simple and sweet gift for Valentine's Day!
Patterns
Third Grade
Use watercolors and crayons to teach your child about resistance while she creates a beautiful Easter decoration with this festive craft.
Patterns
Kindergarten
In kindergarten, kids work with patterns.  Try making this practical but decorative piece of clothing together for fun and math practice.
Patterns
Kindergarten
Kindergarten algebra is a lot different than high school. In kindergarten math, algebra means grouping like things, or noticing what doesn't belong in a set.
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Kindergarten
Your kindergartener will learn basic math concepts and create a beautiful keepsake with this African flag reference book.
Patterns
Third Grade

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