Patterns Worksheets and Printables

It's important for your kid to understand patterns as they play a key role in both math and science from the most basic calculations and observations to elaborate equations and analysis. Because the human brain is wired to recognize patterns, these worksheets will likely prove mentally satisfying for your little learner.
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Help your blossoming learner exercise his math skills with these worksheets that focus on flowers.
In Full Bloom: Spring Math Help your blossoming learner exercise his math skills with these worksheets that focus on flowers.
Sports Sudoku Sports Sudoku Sports fans and Sudoku fans will get a kick out of this kindergarten math worksheet.
Skip Counting: Count by Twos! Skip Counting: Count by Twos! As your kid counts these groups of shoes by twos, she'll get a better handle on number sequence, too.
AB Pattern AB Pattern What's the best look for a pattern? Try an AB pattern!
Skip Counting: Count by Tens! Skip Counting: Count by Tens! Help your child count the piles of candy and learn to skip count by 10's.
Number Patterns: Fill In the Number Number Patterns: Fill In the Number Help your first grader build her number sense with this worksheet featuring number patterns by 2, 5, and 10.
Number Patterns: Find the Pattern Number Patterns: Find the Pattern Sharpen your first grader's number sense with an exercise in recognizing number patterns.
Practice Test: Easy Number Patterns Practice Test: Easy Number Patterns Help your first grader review past math concepts with this quiz that asks her to complete a series of number patterns.
Ordinal Numbers Ordinal Numbers First, second, third, or fourth? Find the ordinal number shown by the shaded picture.
Number Sense Test Number Sense Test 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.
Shrinking Patterns: Monkeys Shrinking Patterns: Monkeys Stop monkeying around! In this worksheet, get down to business by counting the monkeys and identifying how many are left after they jump off the bed.
Number Factory #10 Number Factory #10 These numbered boxes need to be sorted! Can your child help?
Match the Pictures Match the Pictures Help your kindergartener with vocabulary words using pictures.
Learning Patterns Learning Patterns What's the order to these patterns of fruit?
Number Order: Least to Greatest Number Order: Least to Greatest Help your kid put numbers in their place! This number sequencing worksheet asks him to arrange the numbers from least to greatest.
Copying Patterns Copying Patterns Have you ever noticed that colors repeat on clothes sometimes?
It's important for your kid to understand patterns as they play a key role in both math and science from the most basic calculations and observations to elaborate equations and analysis. Because the human brain is wired to recognize patterns, these worksheets will likely prove mentally satisfying for your little learner.