LEGO Pattern Cards

May 4, 2015

Activity for ages 3 to 6.

Have some LEGO fans in your home or classroom? These free LEGO pattern cards make math super fun for kids. Just print the pattern cards {below}, grab your stash of LEGOs and you’re ready for some motivating, hands-on pattern building.

LEGO Pattern Cards. Hands-on pattern practice for kids

Getting Ready

To prep, I printed the free pattern cards {HERE} on cardstock to give them extra durability and really make the colors pop. Then I cut them apart and grabbed our stash of LEGO DUPLOs. {Regular LEGOs would work just as well.}

Building Patterns

Both of my boys are serious LEGO fans so they were eager to take on a new building challenge. Middle Brother {age 3.5} grabbed his first card and red the colors out loud, “Blue-red-blue-red.”

“What comes next?” I asked.

He thought a moment and then a huge smile spread across his face, “Blue!” he said excitedly. Middle Brother grabbed some blocks and started building onto the pattern.

Super fun LEGO pattern cards

Meanwhile Big Brother {age 5.5} was hard at work on an AABB pattern: orange-orange-yellow-yellow.

Free LEGO pattern cardsThe set includes various types of patterns to make sure there’s something for everyone – ABAB, AABB, ABC, ABCD and more.

Middle Brother needed a little help along the way but eventually the boys read and built all 16 pattern cards in the batch.

Grab Your Set

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6 Comments

  1. Linda White

    Me and my friend are both childminders and enjoy finding different things for the children to try, love the idea’s you come up with.

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  2. Julie McCorkle

    Love this idea! My little guy loves building with LEGOs too. He’s going to really enjoy using these pattern cards. Thanks!

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  3. Terry

    Really excited about all the activities you have provided me with. I know my grandchildren like the activities. They are amused for hours. I am looking forward to having my Grade 1’s challenge themselves as they attend Lego centres in my class. Thanks again for all the wonderful ideas and resources!

    Terry

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    • Kimberleigh

      Thank you so much, Terry! I know that your grandkids and first graders will love the LEGO Patterns cards, LEGOS are always a fabulous win.
      Happy learning!
      Kimberleigh

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  4. Schuirrel

    Thank you very much all the activities you’ve provided, so much fun! My graders and me loved them and really enjoyed them! 🙂

    Reply
    • Kimberleigh

      Thank you Schuirrel, enjoy!

      Reply

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