Repeating Pattern Activity Sheets (Numbers)

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  • , Nov 19th
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    , Jan 21st
  • used for extension activity year 1

    , Feb 17th
  • Used the blank version to stretch my upper year one children. Great idea. Thank-you!

    , May 23rd
A great activity sheet to use when teaching about repeating patterns. Each row increases in difficulty, with the option for children to create their own pattern on the bottom row. Also available as a completely blank version for you to create your own worksheets.
This resource is available in Standard, Editable, Black and White, Cursive, Dyslexic and Editable.
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