Christmas Pattern Block Challenge Cards

A ready to print, just add some wooden patterns blocks to begin using the Christmas challenge cards with a 2D shape focus.

One of our most popular printables would have to be our 2D shape challenge cards. Everyone loves pattern blocks and no classroom seems to be without a set. Many of you have written to tell us that our printable challenge cards have been the perfect addition. You've loved using them in your classrooms and how easy they make differentiation. 

With Christmas only a short time away I've created some Christmas themed challenge cards to add to our pattern blocks.


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Christmas Pattern Block Challenge Cards - ready to print Christmas themed challenge cards to add to pattern blocks. Perfect for math centers, these cards are designed for use by beginning readers have a 2D shape focus as well | you clever monkey
Pattern blocks are a fantastic resource - perfect for exploring tessellation, symmetry, fractions, patterns and 2D shapes. Like our original 2D shape cards, our Christmas pack has three different types of cards included -
  • templates for young children to match the blocks to,
  • 'I can' cards that encourage children forward,
  • 'Can you?' versions to prompt investigation and problem solving,
  • challenge cards that provide children with only the Christmas shape to make along with the list of blocks they can use to achieve this.
More than 50 pages with over 75 ready to print cards! 


Christmas Pattern Block Challenge Cards - ready to print Christmas themed challenge cards to add to pattern blocks. Perfect for math centers, these cards are designed for use by beginning readers have a 2D shape focus as well | you clever monkey

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Christmas Pattern Block Challenge Cards - ready to print Christmas themed challenge cards to add to pattern blocks. Perfect for math centers, these cards are designed for use by beginning readers have a 2D shape focus as well | you clever monkey

These Christmas challenge cards can be used to help differentiate the same learning task across different year levels. Perfect to use as an invitation to play in the Early Years, as maths centres or even as a cross-curriculum literacy centre for early readers to help build maths language.

Christmas Pattern Block Challenge Cards - ready to print Christmas themed challenge cards to add to pattern blocks. Perfect for math centers, these cards are designed for use by beginning readers have a 2D shape focus as well | you clever monkey

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Created to match our existing 2D shape challenge cards, some double sized Christmas cards have also been specially created just for this download to allow for even more elaborate Christmas designs including a two different Christmas trees, a Christmas wreath, an angel and two different star patterns to match blocks to.

Christmas Pattern Block Challenge Cards - ready to print Christmas themed challenge cards to add to pattern blocks. Perfect for math centers, these cards are designed for use by beginning readers have a 2D shape focus as well | you clever monkey

2D SHAPE CHRISTMAS CHALLENGE CARDS
US $5

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6 comments

  1. Hi there!
    May I know where I can purchase those wooden blocks to accompany the challenge cards?
    Love the idea!
    Thanks in advance.

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    1. Thanks :) I bought mine from Amazon a few years ago. Here's a link the same set - http://amzn.to/2epK1KE

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  2. These are so great and a fun activity in the lead up to Christmas.

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  3. These look like lots of fun. a great way to learn while building up excitement for Xmas :)

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  4. what a great visual motor integration activity!! Anna @ Kids Play Space

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  5. Hi,
    Such a great activity! Thank you!
    And a beautiful font for headlines. Can you tell me what kind of font is the written one you use? Wow. Thank you! N.

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