Pattern Block Templates (Ages 18mo-4 years)

When my kids were little I bought a set of Pattern Blocks. It’s been one of the most enduring resources we have. We still bring them out occasionally and also use them for math now and then.

The kids have used templates like these:

And they’ve also used the pattern blocks for free play:

There are lots of places where you can find free pattern block templates:

One of the best places to get free pattern block mats is over at Prekinders.  There you have the option to print out black-and-white cards or full-color versions.

Kelly’s Kindergarten has two sets of pattern block pictures you can download as well.

Erica over at Confessions of a Homeschooler made a whole series of pattern block cards: Numbers 1-20; Alphabet Cards

If your kids are older, pattern blocks can be used for more advanced math problems. Mathwire  has a half-dozen problem solving activities that use pattern blocks for grades 3-4.

And there is a really neat set of Pattern Block Building Scenes mosques and temples here, though I don’t know the original website it came from.

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Long List of Activities for Tots and Preschoolers (Ages 2-6)

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  1. May 11, 2014

    […] Prekinders.  There you have the option to print out black-and-white cards or full-color versions. Read full article TEAM OF THE WEEK: SCD Hornets (Gold)Savannah Country Day finished off Coastal Homeschool […]

  2. May 11, 2014

    […] Prekinders.  There you have the option to print out black-and-white cards or full-color versions. Read full article TEAM OF THE WEEK: SCD Hornets (Gold)Savannah Country Day finished off Coastal Homeschool […]

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