We will learn pattern around us. Patterns are all around us. If you look for patterns in your house, you can find some beautiful patterns in windows, floor and wall.

We can make patterns using 2 or more different things.

You can make patterns by using your hand and feet too.

Observe the repeating pattern in the sequences given below.

Geometric Patterns:

Let us look at two shapes which are same.

 These two have same shape and same size. The two have been painted in the same colour. These two are exactly the same.
 These two have same shape and same size. The two have been painted in the same colour. These two are exactly the same.

 These two have same shape and same colour. These have different sizes. These two are different.

Are these same or different?

 These two have same shape and same size.These two have different colours.These are different.
 These two are different in shape. These are different.

What Comes Next?

Sarah's mother is stitching a dress for her birthday. Her dress will be decorated with the border as shown below.

Which colour do you think she will put up next?

Red

Colour the border.

Examples on What Comes Next Patterns:

1. Observe the pattern and then colour the shapes.

2. Observe the pattern. Draw the shapes to continue.

3. Colour to complete the pattern.

4. Observe the pattern. Draw the shapes to continue.

? + ? + ? + ? + ? + ? ____________________________

5. Observe the pattern and extend it.

6. Observe the pattern. Draw shapes to extend the pattern.

7. Cross out the object which does not fall into the pattern.

One has been done for you.

8. Draw and complete the patterns.

Number Patterns:

8. Numbers have been written according to same pattern. Write the next 8 numbers.

2, 2, 2, 3, 3, 2, 2, 2, 3, 3, 2, __, __, __, __, __, __, __, __.

Patterns From Daily Life:

Look at the following pattern.

 Patterns of this type can be seen on the walls around us.
 This type of patterns can be seen on the floor of the rooms.

Furniture used by us also has patterns of geometric shapes.

We can see patterns on clothes also.

Rangoli:

 On Deepawali we decorate our floor with Rangoli as shown on the right.

Colour these two Rangoli designs to decorate them.

Worksheet on 1st Grade Math Patterns:

I. Fill in the blanks:

(i) We can make patterns using ................ or more different things.

(ii) Patterns are formed by repeating ................

II. Complete the following pattern sequences:

(i) 345  345   345  3_ _

(ii) AA  BB _ _   _ _  _ _  _ _  _ _

(iii) +-   +-   +-   +-  _ _   _ _  _ _

(iv) ∆○□_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _

III. Cross out the one which does not form a pattern.

IV. Complete the following pattern.

V. Create your pattern using following figure.

VI. Create a pattern using shapes and color the dress.

VII. Complete the patterns according to the colour code.

 Color all numbers ending with 2 blue. Color all numbers ending with 4 Red. Color all numbers ending with 6 Green. Color all numbers ending with 8 Yellow. Color all numbers ending with zero (0) Orange.

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VIII. Collect 10 triangles, 10 circles and 10 squares

IX. Patterns can be made using sounds. It will be interesting.

 clap clap - clap - clap clap - clap - hip hip hurrey - hip hip hurreytick tick to tick tick to - ____________________________________________________________

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