Who’s ready for some pattern matching activities?
Hi everyone and welcome back to another week of #Teachece where we , a group of bloggers, share activities for a common theme every week. This week’s theme is colors and I am so excited to show you what I created for J.
I am sure many of you all know about unifix cubes and snap cubes- but up until this summer I had no clue what they were. When I did stumble across them, my mind started creating ideas on how to use them. Today’s post is an example of just one of the ideas that came to mind.
COLORS SNAP CUBE PATTERN MATCHING
J loved this activity and it is extremely easy to set up. All you have to do is print and have your snap cubes ready. A few things that I do want to point out are:
- If you are printing pattern matching worksheets on regular paper, do not print double sided.
- If you want to print double sided, use card stock.
Here’s what you need:
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- Snap Cubes
- Colors Snap Cubes Pattern Matching Worksheets
This activity like I said before is extremely simple. Once you have printed and cut out the pattern cards, demonstrate what needs to be done. Over emphasize if you have to and even make a mistake or two to solidify the purpose of the activity.
When you are sure that they understand what’s expected, let them do the activity. Encourage them as well to make their own patterns once they have mastered the cards.
To get your free snap cubes pattern matching cards, simply click
- There is no longer a free printable library.
- All free printable worksheets (including paid products) are now in the NSH Worksheets Collective which is hosted on THINKIFIC.
- The cost is $25 for life.
- There are no free printables to download from the site but the posts will include how to use them.
- All the DOWNLOAD BUTTONS are being switched out slowly and they all lead to a 404 page encouraging you to sign up for the NSH Worksheets Collective.
Here is what the rest of the team came up with: