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Patterns Worksheets and Printables

There's no denying that patterns are everywhere, and our worksheet section is no exception. It's important for your kid to understand patterns as they play an important role in both math and science from the most basic calculations and observation, to equations and analysis in their most advanced forms. Our brains are wired to recognize patterns so these worksheets will likely prove mentally satisfying for your little learner. However, not all kids take so easily to pattern-detection. Fortunately, with enough practice, your child will be able to make sense of even the most difficult of patterning challenges. Check out our pattern worksheets find a few for your child.

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On this kindergarten math worksheet, kids use their logical reasoning and critical thinking skills to solve a fun Sudoku puzzle with a zoo theme.
Patterns
Kindergarten
Looking for a worksheet to help your child with patterns? This printable worksheet will give him practice with his math skills.
Patterns
First Grade
Give your child practice completing a simple sequence of shapes with this printable worksheet that will develop his logic skills.
Patterns
Kindergarten
Solve this  Thanksgiving Sudoku puzzle by cutting and gluing pictures into the puzzle, with each picture appearing only once in each row, column, and block.
Patterns
Kindergarten
Practice skip counting with this worksheet focuses on fives.
Patterns
First Grade
As your kid counts these groups of shoes by twos, she'll get a better handle on number sequence, too.
Patterns
First Grade
On this kindergarten math worksheet, kids use their logical reasoning and critical thinking skills to solve a fun Sudoku puzzle with a sports theme.
Patterns
Kindergarten
Help your child with their reason and logic skills with this printable worksheet, which is all about creating patterns.
Patterns
First Grade
How well does your kid know number order? Test his skills with this fun review sheet.
Patterns
First Grade
Help your child count the piles of candy and learn to skip count by 10's.
Patterns
First Grade
Sharpen your first grader's number sense with an exercise in recognizing number patterns.
Patterns
First Grade
First, second, third, or fourth? Find the ordinal number shown by the shaded picture.
Patterns
First Grade
Business is booming at the Number Factory! Its time for your first grader to go to work putting numbers in order in all kinds of ways.
Patterns
First Grade

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