One of the Teeny Tot’s favorite things to play with are the wooden pattern blocks . She got to the Letter K week and requested more printables for them. So I created uppercase and lowercase alphabet shaped pattern block printables for her. Of course you know I’m going to share them with you as well!
–> Download the Alphabet Pattern Block printables here!” <–
Here is an up close view of the letter “A” page. I put uppercase and lowercase blocks on each page so it is easy and fun for them to create the shapes using their blocks.
I’m going to add them to my Letter of the Week curriculum as well, but if you purchased it prior, you can just download them here free! This is one of the Teeny Tot’s new favorite activities, and she’s usually very pleased when she can complete the puzzles on her own!
And if you missed my pattern block printables earlier this year, I have some fun pattern block activity cards as well! My kids love doing patterns and the picture cards using the pattern blocks, and so awhile back I made some preschool pattern cards.
–> Download my pattern block activity cards here<–
You can purchase Wooden Pattern Blocks here. Here are some more pattern blocks and things to go with them that we love! And I hope you enjoy the alphabet pattern block worksheets!
Thank you, thank you, thank you, heaps, heaps, HEAPS for sharing your resources with us other time poor folk. They are beautifully made and i can’t wait to share them with my kids!
Very grateful, thank you. 🙂
great!! thank you so much!
I just got the melissa and doug set and I had never heard of pattern blocks before. This is amazing!
These pattern block letters are AWESOME! I used them to make sight word cards for my pattern blocks center. Thanks!
I love it…! Where can i get the pattern blocks?
At the very bottom of the post there are links to the pattern blocks on Amazon.
These are awesome!! Thank you for sharing! 🙂
These are great! Any possibility that you could modify these slightly so that it doesn’t show what shapes to use to make them as a challenge for older kids?
Where can I print the clothespin dinosaurs from?
My Letter D activities are here: http://www.confessionsofahomeschooler.com/blog/2009/10/prek-letter-d_28.html
Not all of them are free, if you’d like to get them all you can find them in my Letter of the Week curriculum here: http://bit.ly/2ljBAU2
Thank you so much, this pattern block very help me
Thank you so much for sharing these!