1st Grade Patterns

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.

Pattern in House

We can make patterns using 2 or more different things. 

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

Hand and Feet Patterns


Observe the repeating pattern in the sequences given below.

Repeating Pattern Sequences

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

One has been done for you.

Cross Out the Object


Draw and complete the patterns.

Draw and Complete the 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.

Not Form a Pattern


IV. Complete the following pattern.

Complete the Following Pattern


V. Create your pattern using following figure.

Create your Pattern


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

Dress Pattern

VII. Complete the patterns according to the colour code.

Blue

Color all numbers ending with 2 blue.

Red

Color all numbers ending with 4 Red.

Green

Color all numbers ending with 6 Green.

Yellow

Color all numbers ending with 8 Yellow.

Orange

Color all numbers ending with zero (0) Orange.

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