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Exploring and Creating Patterns {FREE Printable Included}

Patterns in Kindergarten: "Guess what's next. What could it be? There's a pattern that you can see. Guess what's next. Can you tell? Guess by the time you hear the bell."

Intro for Math Practice - Find structure? Patterns in Kindergarten: "Guess what's next. There's a pattern that you can see. Guess what's next. Guess by the time you hear the bell.

Camping themed centers and activities for preschool, pre-k, and kindergarten students. Fun to do in the fall or spring!

Camping Centers and Activities

Try out a soft start in your Primary classroom with Good Morning Baskets filled with literacy and math activities.  Use these free patterning cards and your students can make patterns with any material.

Try out a soft start in your Primary classroom with Good Morning Baskets filled with literacy and math activities. Use these free patterning cards and your students can make patterns with any material.

Little Miss Glamour Goes To Kindergarten: It's beginning to look a lot like Christmas!

Work on patterns. Decorate the ornament with a fun pattern on each line. Link to free ornament template in the post.

**FREEBIE ** I can posters for patterning in kindergarten.

**FREEBIE ** I can posters for patterning in kindergarten.

My students love to make patterns and would enjoy this activity!

Each child is given Fruit Loops to create a pattern of choice. They glue them on then label their pattern by color, number and letter. They always like this activity because they get to each the leftover cereal!

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