We have learnt in our previous class that pattern is a sequence of repeating objects, shapes or numbers. Pattern has a rule which tells us that which objects belong to the pattern and which object do not.
Patterns exist all around us. We can find a pattern in trees, in the window frames, in the floor, in our clothes etc.
The pattern that neither grows not reduces but only repeats are known as repeating pattern.
Following examples of some repeating patterns
Questions and Answers on 3rd Grade Patterns:
1. Draw the picture that comes next in each pattern.
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Patterns Around Us
Thus, a pattern is an arrangement of objects, colors, or numbers placed in a certain order. Think about words or melodies in songs, lines and curves on buildings, or even in the grocery store where boxes and jars of various items arrangement forms a pattern.
1. Colour and draw the Easter egg that comes next.
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2. Look at the pattern in each row. Circle the picture that continues the pattern.
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3. Cross out the one which does not form a pattern.
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4. Continue the pattern.
(ii) tttt, TTTT, ttt, TTT, tt, TT __________
(iv) 4, 8, 12, 16, 20, _____, _____
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(iv) 24, 28
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