Christmas STEM Pattern Block Challenge Cards | Math Activity
Celebrate the holiday season in your classroom with the help of this pattern block Christmas math activity! A hands-on fun way to explore shapes making them the perfect addition to your math centers, morning work or STEM bins this Christmas!
Few can resist working with pattern blocks! And these printable cards provide ideal support for young children learning about shapes. They also focusing on building visual discrimination, fine motor skills and transforming shapes by rotating, sliding and flipping them.
Easy to prep - just press print, grab some pattern blocks to add your groups in class. These challenge cards ask students to make a variety of Christmas pictures from pattern blocks. Making differentiation in class easy too - you'll find three sets of cards have been included.
Perfect to use as an math Christmas activity this festive season in kindergarten and elementary classrooms. Not just for math centers - use them as a cross-curriculum literacy centers for early readers to help build math language.
Here's what's included -
- easiest template shows Christmas themed shapes for children to match pattern blocks to with 'I can' + 'Can you?' text prompts to choose from - 2 cards per A4 page.
- pattern block Christmas challenge cards providing only the shape to make and the list of blocks they can use to achieve this together with choice of 'I can' + 'Can you?' text prompts - 2 cards per A4 page.
- larger more complex Christmas designs to make with 'I can' + 'Can you?' text prompts to choose from - 1 card per A4 page.
File type –
Ready to print PDF
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