Explore Patterns In Nature, Beautiful Patterns and more!

Animal patterns - Look for patterns in nature with this colourful slideshow.

Images of animals (in powerpoint) which can be printed to provide a stimulus for children to look at patterns in nature. You could also print off to make cards for sorting animals, playing snap etc.

Silver birch

Aspen Grove Photograph by Taylor Kennedy. Ranks of aspen trees crowd a dense grove outside Aspen, Colorado.

I'm always looking for easy art projects, and this fits the bill perfectly.  Plus, kids love snakes.

Pattern snakes during Sal. I'm always looking for easy art projects, and this fits the bill perfectly. Plus, kids love snakes.

I HAD AN EXPERIENCE! SMALL FRIENDLY VISIT... AND THE TRANSFORMATION OR METAMORPHISIS BEGAN

Lilly moth (Polytela gloriosae) photographed by YogeshSave in Maharashtra, India. via Project Noah

How to teach patterns - Kindergarten  I definitely need to make more use of my pocket display.

How to teach patterns - Kindergarten I definitely need to make more use of my pocket display.

Planting a Pattern. Using seeds to teach patterns.

Scarecrow patterns using beans for fall plant unit. Planting a pattern - garden inspired math.

make a sound pattern e.g. clap clap stomp clap clap stomp PERFECT for Kdg. and 1st!!!

make a sound pattern e. clap clap stomp clap clap stomp PERFECT for Kdg. and "Create patterns that illustrate a steady beat.

The First Grade Parade: Growing or Repeating?!                              …

Growing or Repeating? When we talk about skip counting with our kids, we explain how the numbers “grow”. Before we get too deep into “growing numbers”, we illustrate this concept by talking about growing patterns.

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