Recent Customer Review
M. Landefeld said,
- Our students love this book. Everyone wants to do patterns! "Dot" pages are a bit confusing--I would include more challenging patterns instead of these pages.
Recognizing and reproducing patterns!
Coloring, connecting the dots, and drawing activities are all used to sequence shapes, peg-patterns, geometric designs, and grids. With each of the 46 lessons in this unit, students develop skills in determining position in space, shape discrimination, constancy of form, and pattern repetition.
Because the exercises seem more like puzzle games than work, students will have loads of fun while they learn.