How do you recognize a pattern in a series of objects? Time and again, we have come across problems that involve more than one object. When you have a set of objects, or when you have a bunch of things, it is not necessary that all of them turn out to be the same. While many of those objects could be the same, but it's not possible every time. This is the time when you might get confused. Most people can quickly spot things that are a little in the group. But most of the time, due to lack of attention and focus, we take a little longer to spot out things that are different in a group. If you are one of the students who find difficulty in spotting out things that are not the same; here's a little help for you with that. Carefully look at the objects/things in the group. Analyze them carefully and look for the obvious differences. If you cannot find the obvious differences, then look for small differences in things like shape or size. With the above-mentioned tricks, you will be able to spot the differences quicker than you think.
In this section you will be given a pattern in the form of colored shapes. You are asked what the next color should be. Colors have a great deal of hidden meaning as how they shape human emotions. Black packaging looks expensive and increases the appeal to a luxury buyer. Where as bright yellow gives off the appearance of being cheaper or not as sturdy. There are actually careers in color consulting. These people actual are paid, handsomely in many cases, to pick the perfect color for something. Your students will use this collection of lessons and worksheets to practice filling in the blanks in simple patterns by shape and/or color. Note: Colored pencils will be required for some of these exercises.