Snowflake Pattern Block Mats

Now that it’s Winter, these Snowflake Pattern Block Mats will be a fun addition to your math center.

Snowflake Pattern Block Mats

A reader asked me to make some of these and sent me some photos of snowflake designs she had made with pattern blocks. I took her designs and made them into printable pattern block mats. Since they were complex snowflakes, I also wanted to add some easier snowflake mats for the younger kids. I also added in the snowflake mat from the Christmas Pattern Block set.

Pattern Block Math Craftivity

You could use these mats to make designs with regular pattern blocks. You could also use them to make paper snowflakes to make a math craftivity. To do this, photocopy the blackline mats onto light blue paper. Copy a paper pattern block template onto white paper and cut out the pieces. Have children glue the white shapes onto the shapes on the blue paper, and you have math snowflakes!

Need Snowman pattern block mats? I have them on the Christmas Pattern Block Mats page.

If you like these, you’ll also want to check out my other Pattern Block Mats.

To download the mats, just click on each picture to get the PDF file, and then print. I have printing help here.

snowflake pattern block mat

snowflake pattern block color

snowflake pattern block mat

snowflake pattern block color

snowflake pattern block mat

snowflake pattern block color

snowflake pattern block mat

snowflake pattern block color

snowflake pattern block mat

snowflake pattern block color

snowflake pattern block mat

snowflake pattern block color

snowflake pattern block mat

snowflake pattern block color

christmas snowflake pattern block

christmas snowflake pattern block

What are Pattern Blocks?

Many people ask me what are pattern blocks? These are a common learning material in classrooms, and are sold in educational supply catalogs. They are small blocks that are placed flat on the table to make a geometric design. They are not stacked. They come in a standard size and standard colors. To read more about them and where to buy them, visit my pattern blocks page.

Comments

  1. Kristen says

    Thank you so much for all the incredible **free** things you make and share with us!! I have used several of your things and love everything you do. Thanks for helping me be a better teacher! :-)

  2. Sharon Carswell says

    I am a Pre-K teacher’s aide. Your site has been wonderful for me. I have been teaching for over 30 years with children. I have an Associates Degree in Early Childhood. I have been doing Pre-K for 4 years. You have so many fabolus ideas. I love this site. I already recieve your emails.

  3. Trine Qvale says

    hello from norway :)
    Thank you for the snowflake patterns. I came over the pattern blocks visiting my american sister i Denver. She is also a teacher. I was an excange student with her family a long time ago . So thank you <3
    Trine

  4. Lori Clevinger says

    These pattern photos are fantastic! And, since we are doing winter now, the snowflakes are perfect for my lesson plans! Thank you for these!

  5. Hope says

    Super designs and I really like how it levels the activity from colored blocks to black and white patterns. Thank you very much.

  6. Teresa says

    Thanks , your ideas are wonderful.
    I am talking about winter and about shapes and your snowflakes are…. something different …..very nice.
    (sorry my bad english , I am italian)

    Again THANKS
    Bye Teresa

  7. Deb says

    Thanks for sharing, I’m always looking for ideas to use with my grandchildren. We have lots of snow now, so the snowflakes will go along with our stories.

  8. Krisitna says

    Thank you so much for these free printables! I just printed them and am getting a station set up right now for my 3-year-old daughter to wake up from her nap to! I have yet to introduce her to pattern blocks (something I, as a teacher, have had hidden away in the closet), but with the snowflakes being such a timely topic right now, this is a perfect time. Thanks!

  9. Jane says

    Thank you for these, we’ve been told to expect snow any day now. The children will love doing the snowflakes :o)

  10. Leigh Ann Gombac says

    Thanks so much for again posting these engaging activities for our kiddos. It makes it so much easier to use materials that are already made. We really appreciate it.

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