# Patterns Review

Contributor: Samantha Penna. Lesson ID: 11788

If you have completed our Patterns series, you can recognize color, shape, size, and picture patterns! It's a good idea to review what you've learned, and you will even create your own pattern book!

categories

## Counting and Cardinality, Plane Geometry (2D)

subject
Math
learning style
Visual
personality style
Beaver
PreK/K, Primary (K-2)
Lesson Type
Quick Query

## Lesson Plan - Get It!

Audio:

Can you describe the pattern shown below? It's one of many types. Complete this review, so you can recognize them all!

If you have completed all of the lessons in this Patterns series, you have a head full of knowledge about patterns!

If you're missing some information or want to review one of the Related Lessons found in the right-hand sidebar, now's your chance.

You know how to find patterns that come in different colors, shapes, sizes, and even patterns that are made up of different pictures. You are a pattern expert! You will review everything you have learned about patterns in this unit of study.

Did you figure out what the pattern is that was shown in the beginning of the lesson? What is the color pattern? Tell your parent or teacher what the pattern is:

Did you say the pattern is green, yellow, green, yellow? Excellent work!

Can you find the shape pattern shown below? Remember, you will need to identify the colors and shapes in the pattern. Tell your parent or teacher what the pattern is:

Did you say the pattern is green square, yellow square, blue star, green square, yellow square, blue star?

Great work! Can you identify the size pattern below? Don't forget, you will need to find the color, shape, and size of each part of the pattern below. Tell your parent or teacher what the pattern is:

Did you say the pattern is: small green square, small yellow square, small blue star, big purple square, small green square, small yellow square, small blue star, big purple square?

This is the last pattern you will need to find in this section. Can you find the pattern below? Tell your parent or teacher what the pattern is:

That's right! The pattern is cow, pig, cow, pig.

You did a fantastic job reviewing all of the different patterns you learned about in this series.

In the Got It? section, you will play some fun pattern games to reinforce your pattern skills.

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