Pattern blocks mats are a great way to teach kids about shapes, counting, sorting, reasoning, symmetry… even fractions! These simple Valentine’s pattern block mats are an awesome math challenge for kids. Just print them out and start building.
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To prep, just print the free pattern block mats and, if you’ll be using them in the classroom, laminate them for extra durability and reuse. Grab a box of plastic or wooden pattern blocks like the ones below and you’re ready to play.
After kids complete the design, they’ll count the number of yellow hexagons, blue rhombuses, red trapezoids, orange squares and green triangles.
Then, they’ll write the total for each on the blank lines. The extra step gives them practice counting and learning the names of shapes.
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