Area of Development – Math: Patterns and Algebra

Indicators typical for a child between the ages of 3 and 5 for this area:

  • Explores and begins to sort and classify objects
    • Begins to sort objects on the basis of one dimension (color, size, shape)
    • Shows understanding of and uses comparative words
    • Groups common related objects: shoe, sock, foot; apple, orange, plum
  • Begins to identify, describe, and extend patterns
    • Begins to recognize, duplicate and create patterns
    • Begins to place objects in order through trial and error
    • Copies repeating patterns and begins to construct own patterns

Related Storytime Shares:

Math: Patterns and Algebra 1 (Sorting & Patterns)

Math: Patterns and Algebra 1 (Grouping & Sorting)

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