KS1 Reasoning Identifying Missing Shapes in Patterns Test Practice

Reasoning Identifying Missing Shapes in Patterns

Reasoning Identifying Missing Shapes in Patterns

These KS1 Reasoning identifying missing shapes in patterns questions have been taken from the Sample KS1 Reasoning test to help your children practise identifying patterns and filling in the missing shapes.

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National Curriculum Objectives

Mathematics Y2: (2P1) Order and arrange combinations of mathematical objects in patterns and sequences

Differentiation:

Beginner Identify one missing shape in one shape pattern (simple alternating pattern involving two shapes, e.g. XOXOXOX). Aimed at Year 2 Emerging.

Easy Identify two consecutive missing shapes in one shape pattern (simple alternating pattern involving two or three shapes, e.g. XOOXOOX or ABCABCABC). Aimed at Year 2 Developing.

Tricky Identify three or four consecutive missing shapes in two ‘overlapping’ shape patterns. Both patterns have similar rules, e.g. XOXOXOX and AXAXAX. Aimed at Year 2 Expected.

Expert Identify three or four consecutive missing shapes in two ‘overlapping’ shape patterns. Both patterns follow different rules, e.g. XOXOXOX and AXXAXXAXX. Some patterns involve a third shape. Aimed at Year 2 Greater Depth.

 

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