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Worksheets and No Prep Teaching Resources Math Worksheets 
Pattern Worksheets
Recognizing patterns is an essential topic for students because it increases their visualspatial awareness, and they also reinforce the mathematical concept of predictable relationships between numbers. These comprehensive worksheets are both pleasing to the eye, challenging for the mind, and best of all, lots of fun! Students will enjoy all kinds of exercises, from letters, numbers, and shape patterns, to copying patterns. Shape mazes provide a perfect new challenge for students of all ages. Students will love these diverse pattern activities.

Copying Patterns 
Copying Challenge 
Side By Side Siblings (Play With Them To Make Patterns) 
Pattern Puzzles 
Shape Mazes

Cut and Paste Shape Patterns

Circle growing or decreasing 
Circle growing, decreasing, or repeating 
Growing or Decreasing: Complete the pattern  all the change values are given  2 blanks
Growing or Decreasing: Complete the pattern  all the change values are given  4 to 6 blanks 
Write the Rule: Growing or Decreasing (rule given for the first two problems)
Write the Rule: Growing or Decreasing 
Write the Rule: Growing or Decreasing (rule given for the first two problems) 
Complete the pattern  2 change values are blank  2 blanks
Complete the pattern  2 to 4 change values are blank  4 to 6 blanks 
Repeating: Complete the pattern  green lines to show repeating (2 to 4 blanks; landscape page)
Repeating: Complete the pattern  green lines to show repeating (4 to 6 blanks; landscape page) 
Repeating: Complete the pattern (2 to 4 blanks; landscape page) 
Repeating: Complete the pattern (2 to 4 blanks)
Challenging  Repeating: Complete the pattern (4 to 6 blanks) 
Growing or Decreasing: Complete the pattern  Rule is Given (2 to 4 blanks; landscape page)
Growing or Decreasing: Complete the pattern  Rule is Given (4 to 6 blanks; landscape page) 
Growing or Decreasing: Complete the pattern  Rule is Given (2 to 4 blanks)
Growing or Decreasing: Complete the pattern  Rule is Given (4 to 6 blanks) 
Sequencing Book: Put numbers 1 to 5 next to pictures to complete the sequence 
"Pattern Play" Bulletin Board 
Sequencing Unit 
Math Sequences Unit 