Grade 1 Patterns Worksheet

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(1) Tick (√) the Missing Part

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(b)

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(2) Tick (√) the Correct Option

(a)

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Illustration 4 for (2) Tick (√) the Correct Option.

(3) Which Shape is Missing? Tick (√) the Correct Option

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(4) Continue the Pattern

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(5) Which Letter/Number is Missing? Write It

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Illustration 8 for (5) Which Letter/Number is Missing? Write It.

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(6) Tick (√) the Missing Part

(a)

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Illustration 10 for (6) Tick (√) the Missing Part.

(b)

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(7) What is the Missing? Tick (√) the Correct Option

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Illustration 12 for (7) What is the Missing? Tick (√) the Correct Option.

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Illustration 13 for (7) What is the Missing? Tick (√) the Correct Option.

(8) Use the Given Shapes to Create Your Own Pattern. (Note: The Pattern Should Repeat Itself at Least Once)

Illustration 14 for (8) Use the given shapes to create your own pattern. (Note: The pattern should repeat itself at least once).

Illustration 14 for (8) Use the Given Shapes to Create Your Own Pattern. (Note: The Pattern Should Repeat Itself at Least Once).

Answers and Explanations

Answer 1 (A)

  • Given pattern,

  • This pattern starts at girl then boy, after girl, boy and repeating this pattern continuously.

  • Therefore, the missing part is

    Illustration 15 for Answers and Explanations

    Illustration 15 for Answers and Explanations

Answer 1 (B)

  • This pattern starts at smirking face then angry face, after smirking, angry and repeating this pattern continuously.

  • Therefore, the missing part is

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    Illustration 16 for Answers and Explanations

Answer 2 (A)

  • Pattern represents 1st ball then 2nd ball is two times.

  • So, repeated this pattern continuously

  • Therefore, the correct option is

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    Illustration 17 for Answers and Explanations

Answer 2 (B)

  • Pattern represents 1st blue butterfly is two times then 2nd brown.

  • So, repeated this pattern continuously

  • Therefore, the correct option is

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    Illustration 18 for Answers and Explanations

Answer 3 (A)

  • There are 3 shapes in one group that start at square, triangle and circle.

  • Therefore, the missing shape is

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    Illustration 19 for Answers and Explanations

Answer 3 (B)

  • There are 3 shapes in one group that start at pentagon, diamond and hexagon.

  • Therefore, the missing shape is

    Illustration 20 for Answers and Explanations

    Illustration 20 for Answers and Explanations

Answer (4)

  • In given pattern,

  • Pattern start at letter C then A and then B; after repeat letter C, A and B continuously.

  • Hence, completed the pattern is

    Illustration 21 for Answers and Explanations

    Illustration 21 for Answers and Explanations

Answer 5 (A)

  • Given numbers pattern,

  • The number starts at 3, 5 and 6; repeat this numbers continuously.

  • Therefore, the missing number is

    Illustration 22 for Answers and Explanations

    Illustration 22 for Answers and Explanations

Answer 5 (B)

  • The letter starts at X, Y and then Z two times; so this pattern repeats

  • Therefore, the missing number is

    Illustration 23 for Answers and Explanations

    Illustration 23 for Answers and Explanations

Answer 6 (A)

  • Pattern define by fingers, so 1st represent, then 5, ?, 3, 2,…

  • So, pattern look like as number.

  • Hence, the missing part is 4.

  • Therefore, the complete pattern and the missing part is

    Illustration 24 for Answers and Explanations

    Illustration 24 for Answers and Explanations

Answer 6 (B)

  • Pattern define by fingers, so 1st represent 4 then 5, then

  • So, pattern look like as number.

  • Hence, the missing part is 7.

  • Therefore, the complete pattern and the missing part is

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    Illustration 25 for Answers and Explanations

Answer 7 (A)

  • This shape is parallelogram and in black filled shape start at right corner, then shape is common but black shape position changed in next option.

  • So, black shape rotates right-top, right-bottom, left-bottom and left-top.

  • Therefore, the missing option is

    Illustration 26 for Answers and Explanations

    Illustration 26 for Answers and Explanations

Answer 7 (B)

  • In given pattern,

  • The shape define line has end diamond shape. So, it rotates up, down, left and right.

  • Therefore, the missing option is

    Illustration 27 for Answers and Explanations

    Illustration 27 for Answers and Explanations

Answer (8)

  • Given three shapes,

  • Note: The pattern should repeat itself at least once.

  • Therefore, to create own pattern is

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    Illustration 28 for Answers and Explanations

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