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Patterns in Preschool

Want to help your preschooler get a head start in math? Teach your preschoolers about identifying patterns with the help of these colorful worksheets. Your preschooler will complete each pattern by circling, drawing, or cutting out a picture that comes next. Full of colorful dolphins, bugs, butterflies, and construction tools these worksheets offer a fun introduction to math!
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What Comes Next? #1

An important developmental skill for preschool age children is the ability to recognize patterns. Help your child practice with these delicious pastries.

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!

Patterns: Bead Necklace

The beads on the necklaces on this prekindergarten math worksheet appear in patterns. Kids study each pattern to determine which bead should come next.

Patterning Practice

Math is full of patterns! Give your little learner an intro to some basic patterns with this cut and paste activity.

Construction Patterns

Take patterning practice to the construction zone! Kids will work on basic ABAB and AABB patterns.

Construction Zone Patterns

Build pattern recognition with this construction zone pattern page!

Create Your Own Pattern

Kids color in the diamonds and triangles to create their own patterns on this prekindergarten math worksheet.

Draw It! Patterns #1

Want to help your preschooler get ready for school? Teach him how to recognize and complete simple patterns with help from this shape-filled worksheet.

Draw It! Patterns #2

Here's a worksheet that's sure to get your preschooler in the mood for math. Help him study the patterns of simple shapes, then draw the shape that comes next.

Draw It! Patterns #3

Get your preschooler excited about math with this complete-the-pattern worksheet. She'll look at the pattern of shapes, then draw the one that comes next.

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