# Autumn Geoboard Pattern Cards

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Do you use geoboards? Â They are such a fun math tool that you can use for many ages of learners. Â We have been having fun with ours lately creating some seasonal patterns. Today I have a set of Autumn Geoboard Pattern Cards for you to print & use in your own lessons!

## What is a Geoboard?

A geoboard is typically a square board with pegs or nails in it used to teach math concepts. You can find them with 9, 16, or 25 pegs (rows of 3, 4, or 5) Â Geoboards are great for teaching about geometry, such as area and perimeter. It is also great for teaching shapes. Â You use rubber bands and stretch them around the pegs to create shapes, angles and pictures.

## Where to Buy a Geoboard

You can purchase a geoboard online or at school supply stores. We found ours on Amazon. They often come with rubber bands, but any pack of a rubber bands will work if they are a variety of sizes.

We have some a 9 inch plastic geoboard as well as some smaller 9 inch plastic ones. The double sided one has a circular geoboard on the back side. It’s pretty cool! Â I also love the look of the wooden ones.

## Autumn Geoboard Pattern Cards

This set of autumn themed cards includes 14 pictures for Halloween, Thanksgiving and other fall-themed Â things for the season.

Pictures included in this autumn geoboard set are:

• Teapot
• Teacup
• Moon
• Feather
• Bowl of Soup
• Rake
• Vest
• Leaf
• Jack-O-Lantern
• Ghost
• Turkey
• Pumpkin
• Acorn
• Apple

It also includes 2 blank geoboard images for kids to create their own shapes!

Each card includes the following:

The name of the image, the image, the name of the image to trace, and two questions. How many rubber bands did you use? Â How many squares does your picture cover?

This helps make the geoboard cards a bit harder for older kids. Counting the number of squares could also lead into an introduction on area and perimeter.

## Want to Print These Autumn Geoboard Pattern Cards?

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Did you know you can make your own geoboard? Â Learn How to Make a Geoboard here.

## One Comment

1. Beth Mills says:

Great hands on activities to investigate triangles and quadrilaterals!