patterns and fine motor work

Fine motor, matching and patters Awesome page of maths ideas in photos. loads of ideas.

Making Patterns with Lego and Egg Cartons

Making Patterns with Lego and Egg Cartons

Kids - Math Making Patterns with Lego and Egg Cartons - The Imagination Tree

Pattern Towers for Preschoolers

Pattern Towers for Preschoolers

PATTERNS Preschool Pattern Towers - playdough, bamboo skewers, straw pieces // Frugal Fun for Boys

Planting a Pattern

Patterning- Froggy Friends Fun: Scarecrow Fun and Turkey Time!

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.

Patterning provocation - Can you make a pattern?

Patterning provocation - Can you make a pattern? Instead of a sensory box - little boxes of collections.

Thinking and Learning in Room 122: Our 2015 Learning Environment!

Our 2015 Learning Environment!

We are so excited about another year in Room We have worked hard to set up our classroom environment to be a 'third teacher' for ou.

Pattern provocation

Pattern provocation

Sticky easel for working with mosaic tiles & other loose parts vertically

Sorting activity for pattern/shape blocks. From Playfully Learning: Our Sticky Easel . I like the set up of the materials - sorting the pattern blocks into individual cups and the other side has yarn pieces sorted by color.

Preschool Fine Motor Math Activity: Make Patterns with Golf Tees and a Mallet!

Creating Math Patterns with Golf Tees

Here's a fun fine motor math activity for preschool and kindergarten- pounding math patterns! In this hands-on math activity, children will create patterns by pounding golf tees into styrofoam pieces!

Here's a post with a wealth of ideas for setting up a patterning kit or station.

Reggio-inspired mathematics: patterning kit - Mathematics and Science in SD (Richmond)

What different patterns can you make? Mathematical Intention: creating repeating patterns using 2-5 elements. Reggio inspired approach to math- provocation at Mathematics and Science in School District #38 (Richmond) ≈≈

Make a pattern, repeat it, using elements. The black felt or paper background makes the patterns "POP" and intensifies the pattern. Reggio inspired approach to math- provocation at Mathematics and Science in School District (Richmond) ≈≈

Create an invitation to make patterns in your classroom or home by proving loose parts and plenty of variety for children to pattern with | you clever monkey

Twinkl Resources

Twinkl Resources - making and creating teaching resources made easy for the classroom teacher or stay at home parent

Provocations (Reggio) Patterns

Provocations (Reggio) Patterns

Pattern making with natural materials | The Imagination Tree

Symmetrical Pattern Making with Natural Materials

objective: children make patters with natural objects foundation: Show interest in visual/auditory/tactile patterns.

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