Do you use Pattern Blocks in your classroom? Have you integrated them into your students’ academic learning curriculum? If not, you might want to consider the benefits of these versatile blocks. Here are 5 Reasons To Use Pattern Blocks In Kindergarten.

Number 1

Enhancing Spatial Reasoning. Pattern blocks are an excellent tool for improving students’ spatial reasoning skills as they provide opportunities to construct and modify various shapes and designs.

Number 2

Fostering Creative Problem-Solving: Engaging students with pattern blocks is an excellent way to encourage innovative thinking and design solutions to challenging problems. This process helps develop vital critical thinking and problem-solving skills essential for success.

Number 3

Enhancing Math Proficiency: Utilizing Pattern Blocks to Teach Multiple Math Concepts
Pattern blocks are an incredible tool for teaching various math concepts such as number identification and representations.

Number 4

Encouraging Creativity in Students through Pattern Blocks
Pattern blocks are a great tool to inspire your students’ creativity! By allowing them to create their own designs, you can encourage imagination and artistic expression.

Number 5

Improving Fine Motor Skills: Young students can benefit from manipulating small pattern blocks as it helps to enhance their fine motor skills.

Activities Using Pattern Blocks

Many teachers have boxes of Pattern Blocks but lack specific activities to utilize them in the classroom. I have created 4 absolutely amazing, fun and purposeful Pattern Block Mat Activities that both you and your little learners will love!!!

Alphabet Letter Pattern Block Mats


✨BRAND NEW✨ Hooray! Just launched today! 🎇These pattern block mats are perfect for letter ID, letter tracing and beginning sound. Build the letter, trace the letter and circle the object with the correct beginning sound.➡️ 52 full color mats with upper and lower case letters, as well as 52 black/white mats.💡These are perfect for a literacy center/station! You do NOT want to miss out on these! #kindergartenchaos #teachertips #teachingidea #kindergarten #handsonlearning

♬ ALMOST HOME – Mad Adix, Marc Steinmeier

Number Pattern Block Mats


✨BRAND NEW✨ Remember the Alphabet Mats?! Well these Number Pattern Block Mats were just released! These are perfect for Number ID; Number Tracing/Writing; Showing in a Ten Frame and Number Representations! ➡️ 21 Full-Color Mats, as well as 21 Black/White mats.💡Perfect for Math Tubs or Centers! 💬 You do NOT want to miss out on these!!🤩 #kindergartenchaos #handsonlearning #teachertok #kindergartenactivities #kindergarten #teachertips #finemotorskills

♬ Blue Blood – Heinz Kiessling

 Sight Word Pattern Block Mats 


🤩You’ve been asking…so here it is: ➡️ High Frequency/Sight Word Pattern Block mats WITH traceable, decodable sentences! ⭐️I’m super excited to share this growing resource. Currently this contains 50 sight words, but send me your words and I’ll be adding more! #kindergartenchaos #teachertok #kindergartenactivities #kidsactivities #handsonlearning #finemotorskills

♬ Mother – Meghan Trainor

CVC Words Pattern Block Mats


✨Brand NEW! Just released CVC Words Pattern Block Mats! 💖I love the many different options for this resource! Little Learners can map the phonemes,blend and read each CVC word.🛠️They can build the word on the blank mat and then trace the word and circle the picture that matches! I printed, laminated hole puncher and put them on a ring! A great resource for Little Learners! #kindergartenchaos #teachertok #finemotorskills #scienceofreading #handsonlearning #teachersoftiktok @tpt

♬ So Much Happiness – Lux-Inspira

Pattern Blocks BUNDLE 


📢Did someone mention that would like a BUNDLE of Pattern Block Mats?🙋🏻‍♀️🙋‍♂️This includes Alphabet & Beginning Sounds, Numbers 0-20, CVC Words, and HF/Sight Word Mats to use with your Pattern Blocks!➡️ #kindergartenchaos #Education #scienceofreading #handsonlearning #kindergartenactivities #kindergartencenters

♬ Little Things – Tiqta

I trust that you found 5 Reasons To Use Pattern Blocks In Kindergarten to be both informative and helpful in understanding the importance of implementing pattern blocks in your teaching strategies for young learners. Here’s to making a positive impact on their education!

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