Once you and your students have learned to solve the Rubik Cube, you may be curious to try some cool patterns. I have included instructions on three of the more basic patterns for your convenience!
I call the easiest of these the checkerboard!
The next is the Ace in the Hole, where a center is a different color from the other blocks on a face. One pattern has opposite colors, so the green center is in the blue face, and vice versa.
The final pattern I will share has all six faces with different centers!