Christmas Finding Patterns

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A pattern sequence activity which requires children to identify repeating patterns. Can you tell which object comes next?

In a number sequence, patterns help us guess what the next number will be. For example, I can go from 8 to 16 to 24 to 32 to 40. So what's the pattern here? How did I get from 8 to 16? Can I get the same way from 16 to 24 and 24 to 32? Can I use this pattern to continue the sequence?

In this activity, we will be using both colors and numbers to teach children patterns. Help your kids learn the important skill of pattern analysis by finishing each pattern sequence.

These activities aim to help children identify patterns and sequences in number or color groups.


Let’s help the reindeer decorate the Christmas tree:

  • Study the colored shapes/numbers and guess which color/number should be placed in the missing "bulbs".
  • Drag the colored shape/number from the "answer box" into the correct "bulb".
  • In the last section, you will need to guess and write the next set of numbers in the sequence.

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