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Patterns - CCSS K.G.A.1

An adult might need to read instructions to Kindergarten students for the activities below

 1. Algebra-Concrete & Pictorial Patterns. Click Image to Enlarge In this free lesson explore simple pictorial, rhythmic and symbolic linear patters at the Penguin Parade. This lesson has custom worksheets which can be printer for additional exploration and practice.  SEE MORE 2. Beadstring Patterns. Click Image to Enlarge Select a color, then select a shape and create your own pattern.  SEE MORE 3. Check Out Cookie. Click Image to Enlarge Cookie Monster has a line of groceries. What comes next?  SEE MORE 4. Complete Patterns Quiz. Click Image to Enlarge This is a quiz on completing patterns illustrated with pictures. It is a multiple choice quiz with pictures.  SEE MORE 5. Growing Patterns Quiz. Click Image to Enlarge Select the next picture that represents the growing patterns. Multiple choice quiz.  SEE MORE 6. Introduction to Patterns. Click Image to Enlarge Copy the pattern of shapes in this timed activity. SEE MORE 7. Moon Rock Patterns. Click Image to Enlarge Look at the pattern the spaceship leaves behind and place the appropriate moon rock on the question mark to complete the pattern.  SEE MORE 8. Pattern Blocks. Click Image to Enlarge Build patterns, create and solve critical thinking problems, and explore geometric shapes. A great tool for a whole/small group activity. SEE MORE 9. Pattern Detectives. Click Image to Enlarge Identify and extend patterns in a variety of settings. Audio is used to assist non-readers  SEE MORE 10. Pattern Mania. Click Image to Enlarge Look at the pattern and decide what comes next (10 questions).  SEE MORE 11. Pattern Match. Click Image to Enlarge Children will learn and grasp the concepts of patterns and sequencing in a fun way. Study the given pattern and identify the missing shape or symbol, to complete the sequence.  SEE MORE 12. Pattern Matcher. Click Image to Enlarge Silly pictures make patterns that repeat. Can you find the patterns that repeat the same way? Select a level and find the patterns. SEE MORE 13. Paul Pattern. Click Image to Enlarge On each question Paul, the playful dog will ask you to click the answer that shows the same pattern in a different way. That pattern might be numbers, it might be shapes, or colors, or even types of animals. (Could be a challenge.) SEE MORE 14. Shape Patterns. Click Image to Enlarge Help the monster truck get across the bridge by correctly placing the missing shapes in the pattern. Each round gets a little more difficult and requires more trial and error than the previous. Kids can play one of two different modes: practice or race! SEE MORE 15. What Comes Next? Click Image to Enlarge What comes next in the pattern? Drag the next thing to its place.  SEE MORE

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