Preschool Patterns Activities

Browse through our preschool patterns activities. We have many preschool patterns activities to keep your preschooler learning on the fly, all year long. Looking for more preschool activities? Check out all of our Preschool Activities before you leave.

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Treasure hunts are tons of fun and they're a great way to introduce maps. Set the stage, and your kid's imagination will do the rest.
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Stringing beads helps develop the hand-eye coordination kids need to write, and noodles are sized just right for junior jewelry-makers.
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Here's an easy activity for your preschooler or kindergartener: use waffles and fresh fruit to give your child hands-on practice with patterning and numbers.
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Candy cane ornaments bring some cheer to your Christmas tree. Make a batch of candy cane ornaments with your child to practice patterning and fine motor skills.
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Here are 3 inexpensive ways for kids to make their own beads, from scratch.
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This crafty activity will help your child develop an understanding of important math concepts like patterning and spatial awareness.
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This copying game is like a hopped up version of Simon Says, but it lets kids use their bodies to practice patterning, a key skill in early math.
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Help your preschooler create ice cube bead necklaces to cool off while practicing gross motor skills and sequencing, and discussing states of matter.
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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.
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Create clear sound shakers so your preschooler can observe and compare the different sounds that objects make!
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Your child will enjoy feeling independent and creative as she develops her fine motor skills while making this necklace using just yarn and colored straws.
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Using a Fruit Loop-type cereal and yarn, help your preschooler create crunchy, edible patterns.
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Want to turn snack time into fun-time? Help him turn ordinary rice cakes into creatures that are silly, creepy, or just plain cute!
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This activity will help your child build his early math skills by practicing shape recognition.

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