Grade 2 Patterns Worksheets

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(1) What is Missing? Tick ✓ the Correct Option

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(2) What is Missing? Tick ✓ the Correct Option

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(3) What is Missing? Fill the Boxes

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(4) What is Missing? Fill the Boxes

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(5) Write or Draw to Complete the Pattern

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(6) Write or Draw to Complete the Pattern

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Answers and Explanations

Answer 1 (A)

  • Given pattern shows two shapes; circle and triangle.

  • First 2 shapes is circle then 2 shapes is triangle, then again 2 shapes is circle, and so on.

  • Therefore, the missing and the correct option is

    Illustration 20 for Answers and Explanations

    Illustration 20 for Answers and Explanations

Answer 1 (B)

  • Given pattern shows diamond shape and rounded rectangle shape.

  • First shape is diamond and then rounded rectangle, then again diamond and rectangle, and so on.

Therefore, the missing and correct option is

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Illustration 21 for Answers and Explanations

Answer 1 (C)

  • Given pattern shows cube and cylinder shape.

  • So, pattern represents first 2 cube shape then 3 cylinder shapes, then again 2 cubes and 3 cylinders, and so on.

  • Therefore, the missing and correct option is

    Illustration 22 for Answers and Explanations

    Illustration 22 for Answers and Explanations

Answer 2 (A)

  • Pattern shows alphabets,

  • In this pattern, first 2 is alphabet P and then 2 is alphabet N; again repeat pattern.

  • Therefore, the missing and correct option is

    Illustration 23 for Answers and Explanations

    Illustration 23 for Answers and Explanations

Answer 2 (B)

  • Pattern shows alphabets,

  • In this pattern, first alphabet is H, then two times alphabet G; then again H and 2 times G and so on.

  • Therefore, the missing and correct option is

    Illustration 24 for Answers and Explanations

    Illustration 24 for Answers and Explanations

Answer 2 (C)

  • Pattern shows numbers,

  • In given number pattern represent number 5, 6 and 7; this 3 numbers are repeated one by one.

  • Therefore, the missing and correct option is

    Illustration 25 for Answers and Explanations

    Illustration 25 for Answers and Explanations

Answer 2 (D)

  • Pattern shows numbers,

  • In given number pattern represent number 11 then 22; again 11 and 22, and so on.

  • Therefore, the missing and correct option is

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    Illustration 26 for Answers and Explanations

Answer 3 (A)

  • In given alphabet pattern,

  • Pattern represents alphabet b and then c; again alphabet b and c; and so on.

  • Therefore, the missing is

    Illustration 27 for Answers and Explanations

    Illustration 27 for Answers and Explanations

Answer 3 (B)

  • In given number pattern,

  • Pattern represents three times 2 and three times 4; then repeats this number 2 and 4 and so on.

  • Therefore, the missing is

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    Illustration 28 for Answers and Explanations

Answer 4 (A)

  • Given pattern shows two different shapes,

  • These two shapes represent two times each shape.

  • Therefore, the missing is

    Illustration 29 for Answers and Explanations

    Illustration 29 for Answers and Explanations

Answer 4 (B)

  • Given pattern shows two different shapes,

  • One shape is pentagon and second shape is hexagon.

  • In this, first pentagon and then two times hexagon; and then repeat this pattern.

  • Therefore, the missing is

    Illustration 30 for Answers and Explanations

    Illustration 30 for Answers and Explanations

Answer 4 (C)

  • Given pattern shows two different shape; first is square and second is circle.

  • Pattern represents square, circle, square, circle and so on.

  • Therefore, the missing is

    Illustration 31 for Answers and Explanations

    Illustration 31 for Answers and Explanations

Answer 5 (A)

  • Given pattern,

  • First circle with one line, 2nd figure has circle with 2 lines, 3rd figure has circle with 3 lines.

  • It means circle is common shape but one straight line is increase in every figure.

  • Therefore, the complete pattern is

    Illustration 32 for Answers and Explanations

    Illustration 32 for Answers and Explanations

Answer 5 (B)

  • In given number pattern,

  • Number start at 22 then 24 then 26 and then 28.

  • It means each number between gap 2.

  • Therefore, the missing number is 26 to complete the pattern like

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    Illustration 33 for Answers and Explanations

Answer 5 (C)

  • In given number pattern, number start at 25 then; then

  • Pattern represents each number skip count by 10.

  • Therefore, the missing number is 45 to complete the pattern like

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    Illustration 34 for Answers and Explanations

Answer 5 (D)

  • In given number pattern start at 3 then then and then.

  • Hence, pattern represents each number skip count by 3.

  • Therefore, the missing number is 6 to complete the pattern like

    Illustration 35 for Answers and Explanations

    Illustration 35 for Answers and Explanations

Answer 6 (A)

  • The pattern shows figure start at square with in triangle, in circle and in diamond shape.

  • In second figure, square with in triangle with in circle but diamond shape is erasing.

  • It means each figure in pattern one shape is removing.

  • Therefore, complete the pattern is

    Illustration 36 for Answers and Explanations

    Illustration 36 for Answers and Explanations

Answer 6 (B)

  • In given number pattern,

  • Number start at 31 then 32 and then last number is 34.

  • It means each number skip count by 1.

  • Therefore, complete the pattern is

    Illustration 37 for Answers and Explanations

    Illustration 37 for Answers and Explanations

Answer 6 (C)

  • In given alphabet pattern,

  • Alphabet start at

  • That means each group has two alphabets, each group in second alphabet repeat in next group.

  • Therefore, complete the pattern is

    Illustration 38 for Answers and Explanations

    Illustration 38 for Answers and Explanations

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