Children learn to make predictions when they play with patterns, for example, after a red-blue-red-blue sequence, then what color ? From predictions, children learn to anticipate decision-making. Playing with varied patterns, starting from single objects, should be followed by playing with patterns in everyday life. For example, when viewing the weather, encourage the child to guess what might happen if there are strong winds and the sky is cloudy. Then, what will happen next? Rain. From there the child will learn to make decisions. If you see strong winds and cloudy skies, then you have to make preparations, such as carrying an umbrella. So, if the child is taught to play with patterns and see patterns in everyday events, then the child will learn to make decisions.