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Grade Level Estimation: 1st
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For each number pattern set, students must figure out the rule for continuing the pattern.
Basic (1-2)Number Patterns Free
The number patterns require students to count by 2s, add 10, and count by 3s.
Intermediate (2-3)Number Patterns 1 Free
Determine which numbers come next in the pattern and explain the rule. This worksheet has 2-digit number lists.Number Patterns 2 Member
Describe the rule used in each number pattern and list the three numbers that come next. The lists feature 3-digit numbers.Number Patterns 3 Member
Continue each number pattern and answer the questions.Number Line Patterns #1 Member
Write the missing numbers on each number line.
Advanced (4+)Number Patterns Member
Continue the number patterns and describe the rule. The numbers on this worksheet are in the thousands.
See also:In and Out Boxes
These worksheets are similar to number patterns in that students must find the correct rule. They are designed as input/output boxes.Picture Patterns
Determine which pictures come next in each pattern shown.Skip Counting Worksheets
Worksheets for teaching students to skip count by 2s, 3s, 4s, 5s, 10s, 25s, and 100s.