Linking Cube Pattern Cards {AB, ABC, ABB, AAB}

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575 Ratings
Pocketful of Centers
Grade Levels
PreK - K
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What educators are saying

This is a great resource! I have used this set of pattern cards as whole class learning, small group and independent work. Perfect for all levels so is easy to differentiate!
This resource is absolutely amazing! It is engaging and easy to follow. We are starting patterning now with our kindergarten kids and this resource is great for lessons and free play centres.


Linking Cube Pattern Cards provides a great way to teach your students to copy, continue and create AB, ABC, ABB, AAB and AABB patterns with Unifix cubes. There are 15 pattern cards to copy each type of pattern AND 15 pattern cards to complete each type of pattern. This is a total of 150 cards!

There is also a page of blank cards so you can create your own patterns AND 2 worksheet options for students to color in their patterns. These cards make a great math station or morning tub activity! Just print, laminate, and cut the cards . . . then place them in the math station with a container of linking cubes!

This math center includes:

  • 75 copy the pattern cards {AB, ABC, ABB, AAB, AABB}
  • 75 continue the pattern cards {AB, ABC, ABB, AAB, AABB}
  • 2 "I Can" posters
  • 1 sheet of blank pattern cards
  • 2 recording sheets

Here's what teachers are saying:

⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ "This is a great resource to help students practice and review patterns. My lower level students found it challenging while my on level students found it engaging. I have My higher level students use the cards as a guide to make that type of pattern using other objects such as mini erasers. The colors and variety of patterns are wonderful." ~ Shawn D.

⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ "These were great for morning work tubs for my classroom! They built a good understanding of patterns and I love that they increase to a 3-part pattern, showing that it isn't the simplicity that makes a pattern, but the repeated elements." ~ Megan S.

⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ "The students in my alternate curriculum classroom have been working on patterns and this is a simple, enjoyable way to get students to engage in learning about patterns. They think it's fabulous to share on my document camera then stand back and see their enormous work. In addition kids can move on to other patterns when they're ready. These have been a great option in morning work boxes and independent work boxes." ~ Jenifer Lynn S.

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