Math Cube Patterns with Free Printable

Where can I find a printable that will help teach my child patterns?

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Use this free printable with math cubes to make patterns. Teaches math skills and fine motor skills! Moms Have Questions Too

Today’s pattern activities for preschoolers uses a free printable that I made. Throughout this series, I have been trying to use different materials for pattern play. Smiley Man has a sudden interest in math cubes lately, so I figured they would be perfect for teaching patterns. Quick side note: Here are the math cubes that we have (and whose colors I based the printables off of); however, I don’t really love them. They work just fine, but I really wish I had bought these math cubes instead.

Math cupe patterns free printable. Great for math and fine motor development. Moms Have Questions Too

The idea behind these math cube printables is pretty straightforward. Just print them and use math cubes to cover the squares to make patterns. I didn’t make any blank squares this time because I was targeting a slightly younger crowd. If you do have an older child though, there are plenty of ways to make these printables a bit harder.

Fun activity with free printable to teach patterns using math cubes - Moms Have Questions Too

Have your child snap the pieces together instead of just placing them on the squares. You can lay the long piece on the paper above or below the squares, or build a tall tower with the same pattern.

Sample of math cube patterns free printable - Moms Have Questions Too

You could also have your child use tongs to put the math cubes onto the right squares. This would help them work on math skills and fine motor skills. Don’t forget to check out our other pattern activities for preschoolers.

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