 ### Math Pattern Worksheets

Working with mathematical patterns and sequences can be difficult for students. We look at various strategies students can use to solve these in our lesson and worksheet series. We start out with basic concepts and slowly progress to more difficult outlets of understanding.

#### Introduction (For Beginners)

Patterns as a Cycle
This follows the basic national assessments you will see today.
What's Missing?
Using basic shapes, we find a single missing shape.
What Letter Comes Next?
Given a sequence of letters, figure out what comes next.
Complete the Shape Pattern Simple
They have to trust the pattern that is presented.
Circle the Next Picture
We move to visual pictures and see if students can make the transition.
Patterns with 5s and 10s (Skip Counting)
We start very basic. Students start to understand patterns from counting sequences.
Complete the Pattern
10 pages in total. Find the last two parts of the sequence.
Patterns with 20s and 100s (Skip Counting)
The sequences grow and so do the matching skills.
Complete the Number Pattern
Fill in missing parts of the numeric sequences. They are randomly found.
What Comes Before and After
A kindergarten worksheet.
You Complete Me (Shuffle Patterns)
We have students determine the rule that each pattern is following.
What's Between Us
Fill in the missing number that fits into the sequence.
Identify the Pattern in Numeric Form
Convert the letters to numbers and then proceed.
Missing Odds and Ends Numbers
Fill in any missing numbers in the even-odd matrix.
Pattern Based Word Problems
All are real world problems that are frequently featured on assessments.

Make a Numeric Pattern
You are given shapes. Make sense of them with numbers.

Smiley Faces and Sad Faces
This one is neat! Make sense of all the crazy happy and sad faces.
Continue the Pattern (Hard)
Things get a bit more tricky with this set. We use sums and differences.
Complete Math Sequences
Find the missing numbers in the sequence using all of your math skills.
Double Missing Items (Repeater Pattern)
You will see a repeating pattern. Just figure out where it starts and ends.
Solving Division Sequences
This one focuses in on finding missing quotients.
Which Item Doesn't Belong?
At first this one seems very easy, but then it really turns up the heat!
Multiplication Sequences
These numbers really get big.
Patterns of Sums
Each pattern is based on a sum of the numbers in the set.