I absolutely love a simple and free printable that covers a differentiated set of learning activities and this rainbow pattern free printable is no exception.
It not only covers learning about pattern recognition but it also covers shapes, colors, counting and more!
I hope that you enjoy this simple pattern of a rainbow freebie and that your littles enjoy learning with it.
Below, I will be sharing how to go about using this easy rainbow pattern free printable and how you can try it out too!
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Easy Rainbow Pattern
This free printable pattern worksheet can work for a differentiated set of ages.
Some of the items that can be used with these rainbow patterns are:
Toddlers can have fun learning with kids finger paint!
I like to dot a pattern of red, blue, red , blue, red, blue.
Then, I will ask my toddler, “What comes next?”
She or he will dot their finger on the correct color and dot it on the last box on the sheet.
Preschoolers can go about learning in this way and even a bit more advanced.
For example, instead of an AB pattern, try an AABB pattern.
For example, dot red, red, blue, blue..
Ask your preschooler, “What comes next?”
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Teaching Patterns for Kindergarteners
Kindergarteners learn patterns in the same way toddlers and preschoolers can learn.
But, they can take it in an even more advanced approach.
For example, try an ABBA or BAAB pattern.
Rainbow pattern activities delve into learning about:
Practicing Words, sight words and letter recognition
Introduce all of these concepts by using dot stickers for matching, pattern books..
You can even take it as far as creating your own patterns with this rainbow patterns activity.
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How to use the Rainbow Pattern Templates
There are a plethora of ways you can go about using this simple pattern of a rainbow printable.
We like to write out sight words, letters or a simple name activity on a dot sticker and onto the sheets within this rainbow pattern template.
Then, we will go about matching the dot stickers to the sheets.
We also like creating a pattern and on the last box, we will write out the color name that comes next.
For a less advanced approach, use pom poms or mega blocks.
I’ve included a sheet with all of the shapes.
I’ve also included separate sheets with circles, squares, triangles and hearts.
I hope you enjoyed this rainbow patterns free printable.
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