These pattern printables will help your students practice making patterns for math. Keep reading for pattern grids printables and sticker pattern printables (also for dot marker patterns).
Be sure to visit the Math Pattern category for more activities!
Pattern Grids Printables
Print and laminate these grids to use with manipulatives, such as cubes, bear counters, mini erasers, and many more. Or, print and copy these grids for children to make patterns with stickers, foamie shapes, paper punched shapes, or bingo dot markers. These are great to save for portfolios. You can cut these sheets or leave them as they are.
To make paper punched shapes, I use craft paper punchers to punch out paper manipulatives in different colors. Craft and hobby stores have these punchers in all kinds of shapes: apples, stars, frogs, butterflies, hearts, leaves, bears, circles, and many more. The pieces are about the size of a quarter, and they can be used to make color or shape patterns. Children glue the pieces on the grid in a pattern.
Pattern Sticker Printables (or Dot Marker Patterns)
These pattern printables have smaller spaces and were designed especially for the small chart stickers. My Pre-K students love chart stickers, and manipulating the small stickers is great for fine motor practice.
You can find these chart stickers on Amazon here:
You can cut these sheets or leave them as they are. You can also use the little star stickers that are found in pretty much any store that sells office supplies (discount stores often have them as well).
These same pages can also be used with bingo dot markers.
You might like this Patterns pack, available in my shop.