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Patterns

A pattern is a sequence of things in our world — like numbers, colors or shapes — that repeats over and over. The resources below will show you simple ways to nurture your child’s skills for identifying and creating patterns every day.
Family Math - Patterns - Splash
In this workshop we’ll explore how children build their knowledge of patterns.
a small child counts the layers in a stack of sandwiches
In this short video, you’ll see how children learn to recognize patterns with their families.
Seven small looms made of popsicle sticks are arranged in two rows.
In this activity, you will help your child learn about patterns while weaving ribbons on a loom made from popsicle sticks!
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