# 10 Input Output Patterns Worksheets | Free Printable

These “input-output patterns worksheets” will help grade 1 students encounter some activities like generating hidden patterns with the help of basic mathematical operations like **addition**, subtraction, **multiplication**, and division.

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**Generating Input Output Pattern with Addition Worksheet **

Students will figure out the pattern of the input-output table by looking at the differences between the given inputs and outputs of first two rows.

Worksheet 1 Worksheet 2**Finding Input Output Pattern with Subtraction Worksheet**

Students will figure out the pattern of the input-output table by looking at the common differences between the first two or three rows and identifying the larger one between input and output.

Worksheet 1 Worksheet 2**Determining Input Output Pattern with Multiplication Worksheet **

Students will find tables with two columns. Here, to find all the outputs, the students have to multiply a certain number by their respective inputs.

Worksheet 1 Worksheet 2**Identifying Input Output Pattern with Division Worksheet **

Students will find tables with two columns. Here, to find all the outputs, the students have to divide each input by a certain number.

Worksheet 1 Worksheet 2**Filling the Gaps and Writing the Rule Worksheet **

Students will find tasks based on all the above criteria in this worksheet. Instead of finding the outputs, students have to go through each of the boxes to find the relationship between the output and their respective input. Then they will write that relation in the respective space.

Worksheet 1 Worksheet 2So today, we’ve discussed about input output patterns worksheets, which will develop essential foundational skills in a fun and interactive manner with our free and printable worksheets. Download our free worksheets, and after practicing these worksheets, students will surely improve their fundamental mathematical skills and learn to input output patterns in different interactive ways.

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