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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Winter Find It! Winter Find It! Challenge your first grader to find the two snowflakes that match in each of these wintry puzzles.
Summer Find It! Summer Find It! Give your first grader a mind-bending challenge to find the two suns that match in both size and color.
Fall Find It! Fall Find It! Challenge your first grader to find the two leaves in each box that match in size, shape and color.
Spring Find It! Spring Find It! Celebrate the spring season with a fun puzzle!
Identifying Patterns Identifying Patterns What comes next? Your kindergartener will have fun recognizing patterns—an important part of early math—with this colorful worksheet.
Patterns and Colors: Bugs! Patterns and Colors: Bugs! Engage your little love bug with a fun coloring activity that will help his pattern recognition, an important pre-math skill.
Opposites: Matching This and That Opposites: Matching This and That What's the opposite of a sunset? A sunrise!
Valentine Heart Pattern Valentine Heart Pattern These pretty hearts are sure to let your child have fun and use her imagination this Valentine's Day as she creates new heart patterns all by herself!
What Comes Next? #1 What Comes Next? #1 An important developmental skill for preschool age children is the ability to recognize patterns.
What Comes Next? #2 What Comes Next? #2 Help your child develop her early problem solving skills with this pattern practice sheet, where she'll decide which item comes next in each sequence!
Number Order: What Comes Between? Number Order: What Comes Between? Your kid is bound to have a blast solving these number sequencing riddles.
Finish the Pattern #2 Finish the Pattern #2 Can you tell which color comes next? Help your kindergartener learn the important skill of analyzing a pattern by finishing each pattern sequence.
Recognizing Patterns #1 Recognizing Patterns #1 Mixing colors and shapes makes recognizing patterns a little bit more difficult.
Recognizing Patterns #2 Recognizing Patterns #2 Mixed shapes and colors in a pattern can be challenging.
What's the Buzz? Practicing Patterns What's the Buzz? Practicing Patterns The bugs on this worksheet are on parade and are in a pattern!
Fill in the Blanks Pattern Fill in the Blanks Pattern Pattern recognition is great for building math and reasoning skills.
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.