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Pattern Block Preschool Fun – Fine Motor Skills and Planning!

Pattern block preschool fun – build fine motor skills and planning!

Pattern block fun for preschoolers

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My preschooler Anna LOVES having activities set up that she can do on her own. I love it, also, because it allows me to get work done at home. We have always had pattern blocks, which my kids have typically played with free style. Anna enjoys that some, but it isn’t as fun on her own. I play with her sometimes, but other times I have things that need to get done. I found this particularly cute set of pattern block templates, which I then laminated for better durability. Anna LOVES them! Seven-year-old Lily sometimes joins her after school.

Pattern Block Preschool Fun – Educational Benefits

Pattern block play is wonderful for building fine motor skills and inspiring children with ideas of different ways to use the blocks. Creative pattern block templates like this one are wonderful for inspiring storytelling as children play, also!

5 More Ways to Play with Pattern Blocks

Do you have kids who love pattern blocks? Pattern blocks that you want your kids to play with more? Check out these fun pattern block activities!

If you love pattern blocks, you’ll also want to check out these other educational toys I recommend.

What is your favorite way to play with pattern blocks? Do you have any more pattern block preschool fun ideas that I should try with Anna? She is always up for new activities and ideas! Right now, we are working our way through some Green Kid Crafts sets.

MaryAnne lives is a craft loving educator, musician, photographer, and writer who lives in Silicon Valley with her husband Mike and their four children.

7 thoughts on “Pattern Block Preschool Fun – Fine Motor Skills and Planning!”

  1. Oh that is a cute set of designs! She will be able to move on to copying then when her blocks aren’t directly on the pattern, as well.

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