Use these African animal pattern tiles with our pattern worksheets - or print out as many pages as you like and use them for matching and counting games!
Designed to test children's understanding and recognition of patterns with appealing pictures, and with a range of topics so that you can tie them into your classroom work, our pattern worksheets come in colour and black and white. Why not laminate the colour versions so that they can be used over and over again in the classroom? We've also included a "tile sheet" for each of the themes below so that children can place the correct tile on the appropriate square rather than drawing the picture - these work very well if you laminate both the worksheet and the tiles.
The second of our African animal pattern worksheets challenges children to work out the animal that comes next in each row. They can draw in the answer or you can provide our African animal pattern tiles.
This apple patterns worksheet might be the simplest of all our pattern worksheets - making it a great introduction for young children. They need to decide whether the last apple in each pattern should be red, yellow or green, and colour it in appropriately.
Use these Autumn Pattern Tiles with our colour Autumn Pattern Worksheets - or print them out for a mini-matching game!
These fun Christmas themed worksheets are a good way for children to practice the important skill of recognising patterns. We have colour and black and white versions to chose from.
Part way between a puzzle and a worksheet our Christmas patterns printable provides a fun filler activitiy for those excited pre Christmas days.
Children should look at the patterns in each row and then colour in the final "splodge" with the correct colour.
What comes next - a chick or an Easter bonnet? A carrot or the Easter bunny? Or maybe an Easter egg? This fun Easter pattern worksheet can be used on its own, for the kids to draw in the correct answer, or with our Easter pattern tiles.
This lovely worksheet will make patterns fun for the kids, who need to spot which farm animal comes next and draw a picture in the space.
On this simple pattern worksheet we ask kids to work out which football picture comes next and either draw their own version in the box or cut out the appropriate tile from our football patterns tiles printable to stick on.
Our second football pattern worksheet asks children to look at the patterns and decide what comes next. They can either draw the answer in the box or cut out the appropriate tile from our football patterns tiles printable to stick on.
This sequencing worksheet asks little ones to work out what fruit comes next in each sequence. Why not laminate the worksheet and use our fruit patterns tiles (also laminated) so that you can get repeat use out of this fun worksheet.
We designed these fruit patterns tiles to use with our fruit patterns worksheets 1 and 2 - but you could also print two of each tile to make a mini memory game for the kids.
Can the kids work out what the final two ghosts in each room should look like? This is definitely a fun pattern worksheet!
Children can work through this worksheet spotting minibeast patterns! Then they can have a go at drawing their own version of the missing minibeast in the box. Available in colour or black and white.
See if the kids can follow the logic behind the patterns on this worksheet. They can either draw their own version of the next in line in the box, or cut out one of our Olympic patterns tiles to stick on.
There are six different patterns on our Olympic themed worksheet. Can the kids work out what image should be next in line? They can draw the answer into the box, or cut out one of our Olympic patterns tiles to stick on.
Can the kids work out which sea creature is need to continue the pattern, and draw their own picture in the box? Choose from colour or black and white.
Test children's understanding of patterns with this fun seaside-themed worksheet. Available in colour or black and white.
Here's a fun way to practice patterns and sequencing. Can your chld work out which two shapes should follow on each line?
For this worksheet children need to work out which shape (and colour) comes next, and fill in the boxes accordingly. Start with the black and white version then move on to the colour.
This bright and cheerful Valentine's Day pattern worksheet is sure to have children reaching for the crayons with enthusiasm!
Recognising patterns is an important skill in reading and maths. Practise some pattern recognition this Valentine's Day by colouring in the hearts.