It has been a long time since I published a new pattern block set. So today is the day!
I realized I had some holiday clipart that I’ve never used, so I’m happy to report there is now a set of Christmas Pattern Block Mats if your young ones love pattern blocks as much as mine do!
All 5 of my children have loved pattern blocks from Preschool right up through upper elementary grades. Right now, I have a 4 1/2 year old that brings out the pattern blocks once a week or so.
He will enjoy this set of Christmas Pattern Block Mats! I’ll have them all printed and ready for him on Monday morning so we can use them during his school time.
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Christmas Pattern Block Mats
This Christmas pattern block set was created with 1st-4th graders in mind. Of course kiddos that are older or younger would enjoy them as well.
There are 2 levels included in this packet.
The outline of each individual block shape is given. After placing blocks in the correct spaces, children write the number of blocks used in the table.
You can put these sheets in a page protector and use a dry erase marker so they can be built over and over again.
Only the outline of the image is given in this set. The number of each block is provided, and students must figure out the correct placement inside the shape.
Included in this Christmas Pattern Block Mat set
This download includes 8 mats for Level 1 and 10 mats for Level 2, for a total of 16 mats.
You’ll find the following pattern block pictures in this Christmas set:
— Christmas Tree 1
— Christmas Tree 2
— Holly & Berries
— Jingle Bell
— Ornament 1
— Ornament 2
— Santa Hat
There are many ways to use these pattern block mats in your homeschool.
Add them to your child’s daily workbox, use them in place of your regular math curriculum for the day, or set them up for a younger sibling while you’re working with an older sibling.
You could also set them up as an at-home “center” in the corner of the school room (my girls always loved this!).
Or you could save them for the hard hour before dinner when everyone is cranky. Surely that’s just not only here at my house… Just put a few on the counter with the pattern blocks to keep little hands and brains occupied while you get dinner on the table.
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Just scroll down the page until you see this particular packet
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