If you are on the hunt for learning manipulatives that help improve problem solving skills, you need some pattern block activities.
Let me show you our precious Easter Pattern Block Printables. The encourage hands on learning! You will love the Easter and Spring patterns.
In this set you get seven different themed creations you can make with the pattern blocks.
Here is all of the things you can create:
- Chocolate bunny
- Easter basket
- Easter bunny
- Easter egg
- Jelly bean
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The level of difficulty for these pattern cards make them perfect or preschool or kindergarten aged kids.
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In this set you get a color version and a black and white version. We like to use the black and white version to let the kids color the blocks in. This is great if you don’s have any blocks available.
Do Pattern Block Activities Help Children with Spacial Awareness?
Pattern block activities are great for improving and growing visual spatial awareness. While children are building the images using the shapes, the must be mindful of the space and position of the objects to ensure they fit in the space given. This is a skill that is needed for reading maps, playing sports, processing math problems, and more.
A container or set of pattern blocks to use for math games and independent play.
Are Pattern Blocks Good for Math Centers?
Yes! Creating patterns is a basic we teach little kids when doing basic math. Learning your shapes is another math concept that is important for early math learning. These are a perfect addition to your math learning center.
What Skills Do Pattern Blocks Help Build
Because kids are picking up the small pattern pieces and arranging them into shapes this is great for fine motor skill building.
This is also great for build hand and eye coordination as well as hand dexterity.
What Are Some Examples of Math Manipulatives?
All of these are great for building math skills:
- unifix cubes
- pattern blocks
- color tiles
- base ten blocks
- interlocking cubes
- fraction strips
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What Shapes are in Pattern Blocks?
If you order or buy a container of pattern blocks these are the six shapes you will receive and the colors of each:
- green triangles
- orange squares
- blue parallelograms
- tan rhombuses
- red trapezoids
- yellow hexagons
Check out our St. Patrick’s Day Pattern Block Printables while you’re here!