Kindergarten Patterns Worksheets

Give your students practice identifying patterns and sequencing numbers 1-20. This will help your students understand how a pattern is created and how to identify similarities and differences within them. Also your students will learn and practice
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Updated on: August 16, 2017

  • Complete the Sequence (1-20)

    Practice writing the numbers 1 through 20, in this math worksheet. Children must fill in the missing numbers written on the clowns' balloons.

  • Dinosaurs Dot-to-Dot (1-20)

    Review the numbers 1 through 20 in this connect-the-dots activity. When the worksheet is completed, children will see a land of dinosaurs!

  • Flowers Dot-to-Dot (1-12)

    Students count forward from 1 to 12 to complete this connect-the-dot picture. Then, they create their own dot-to-dot pattern.

  • Identifying the Patterns I

    In this exercise, students identify the pattern and continue the drawing.

  • Identifying the Patterns II

    In this exercise, students identify the pattern and continue the drawing. Then, they create their own patterns.

  • Identifying the Patterns III

    Students can identify the pattern on each line and draw the rest of each pattern.

  • Identifying the Patterns IV

    Test your students to see if they can draw the rest of each line.

  • Identifying the Patterns V

    In this exercise, students identify the pattern and finish the drawing

  • Pattern Maze

    To complete this maze, students must identify and follow the pattern of shapes.

  • Sorting the Fish by Patterns

    In this sorting worksheet, students match the patterns on the backs of the fish to the pattern on fishermen's hats.

  • Space Dot-to-Dot (1-10)

    Review the numbers 1 through 10 in this connect-the-dots activity. When the worksheet is completed, children will see a space scene!

  • Write the Missing Numbers

    In this number sequencing exercise, students identify the pattern of numbers and complete it by filling in the missing numbers.

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