# Pattern Worksheets

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What do you observe when you climb the ladder to reach the top of the slide in the playground? A pattern formed by clearly defined steps separated by a constant distance that distinctly repeats itself until you reach the top. Welcome to patterns, a phenomenon abundantly found across diverse aspects of life. Whether it's animals, petals of flowers, intricate weavings, or music, patterns never fail to make their presence felt. Help kids master this astoundingly prolific skill, so they take a flamboyant first step and get equipped to live their math life with profound fulfillment. Accompany them as they explore and understand patterns by identifying the core sequence and completing the patterns in this collection of free pattern worksheets.

This set of pattern worksheets is designed for children of preschool through grade 4.

CCSS: 3.OA

Crack the code of the color pattern and figure out what comes next. Complete the patterns by circling the correct images and coloring the objects with appropriate colors.

Challenge preschoolers to take a look at a series of shapes illustrated in these pdfs. Identify the underlying pattern and find which shape comes next in the series.

Task kids in kindergarten and grade 1 with recognizing the profound pattern in each row spanning similar objects in big and small sizes. Complete the pattern by circling the correct size that comes next in the given pattern.

Let the 1st grade and 2nd grade kids have loads of fun with these free printable worksheets on growing patterns. Observe the pattern and see how it grows bigger in size. Identify the sequence in which the pattern is increasing, and complete it by drawing an appropriate picture.

Featuring rows of pictures in a repeating pattern, these pdfs require students in grade 2, to spot the regularity that is at work in the pattern. They then circle the picture that comes next in the sequence.

Provide a comprehensive review of patterns with this set of 3-part worksheets, where the pictures in each row follow a unique pattern. Encourage children in 3rd grade to look for the core of the pattern, so they ease into the act of completing the worksheets.

Take a look at the number sequence and identify the mathematical rule followed by the pattern. In the first part of the pdf, 4th grade students are expected to extend the pattern and fill in the missing numbers in the next one.

Here’s yet another set of patterns worksheets that presents integers on number lines. Study the sequence, identify the pattern rule, and fill in the missing positive and negative numbers. Remember that the bigger a negative number is, the smaller is its value.