Pattern Worksheets: Pictures and Numbers
Picture pattern worksheets contain repeating pattern, growing pattern, size, shapes and color pattern, equivalent pattern, cut-paste activities and more. Number pattern worksheets contain reading patterns on number lines, showing the rule, increasing and decreasing pattern, writing the rules, geometric pattern, pattern with two-rules and more. Page through our printable collection of worksheets designed for kindergarten through grade 8.
Repeating and Growing Pattern
Repeating Pattern: Identifying Next Picture
Circle the picture that comes next in each pattern. These pdf worksheets are most suitable for Pre-K and Kindergarten kids.
Repeating Pattern: Cut-Paste Activity
Cut out the graphics at the bottom of each printable worksheet. Paste the graphic that comes next in each picture pattern.
Growing Pattern: Type 1
There are growing sequences in each question. Complete the picture that comes next in the sequence. Few questions have partially drawn pictures to make the drawing easy for you.
Growing Pattern: Type 2
Grade 3 and grade 4 children are expected to draw the graphic that goes next in each pattern.
Repeating and Growing: Mixed Pattern
This section contains both repeating and growing pattern in each worksheet.
Each pattern contains pictures in different sizes. Choose the size that comes next in the sequence.
There are three worksheets in each level. 2nd grade and 3rd grade children are expected to identify and extend the shape pattern.
Write the rule followed by each picture pattern. A free sample worksheet is included.
Identifying Color Pattern
Identify the color pattern. Complete the picture with the correct color. Each level has a different theme.
Showing the Pattern: Coloring Pictures
First graders can use their favorite colors to paint the pictures in order to show the pattern. Maintain the unique colors for every different alphabet.
Identifying Equivalent Pattern
There are three choices in each question. Identify the correct equivalent pattern for each original pattern.
Equivalent Pattern: Cut-Paste Activity
For each picture pattern, paste the graphics to show the equivalent pattern. Stickers are given in separate sheets.
Patterns on Number Lines
Describe the pattern followed by the hops in each number line.
Showing Pattern by Drawing Hops
Read the rule. Draw hops to show the rule in each number line.
Standard Number Pattern
Increasing and Decreasing Pattern
Each pattern follows the arithmetic progression. Find the rule and complete the pattern.
Writing Number Pattern Rules
5th grade and 6th grade children should look at the numbers and identify the sequence. Write the rule describing each number pattern.
Each sheet has six problems identifying missing number in a geometric progression. Ideal for grade 6 and grade 7 students.
Advanced Number Pattern
Two-Rule Pattern: Type 1
Two rules are followed in each pattern.
Two-Rule Pattern: Type 2
Alternate numbers follow the unique pattern. There is no relation between two consecutive numbers.
Pattern between Differences
The difference between two consecutive numbers follows the pattern. Identify the number pattern and complete the numbers.