Pattern and Sequence

Pattern and Sequence

Children use simple pattern-making skills regularly in their everyday life, whether it be counting out raisins to share with a friend, or organising Lego bricks into piles by size or colour. Sorting and classifying objects is an important aspect of mathematical development because the techniques employed help children to understand attributes and relationships, learn about applying rules and promote logical thinking. The sequencing resources in this category ensure children use a variety of skills to apply rules for pattern-making, and will appeal to a broad range of children with different interests and abilities. From organising SiliShapes Linking People into family groups, creating patterns on Pegboards, or following sequence cards with Rainbow Pebbles or Connecting Camels, there will be something for everyone.

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