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In this early childhood size comparison worksheet, students examine the 4 groupings of vegetables and circle the smallest vegetable in each of the 4 groupings.
Students participate in a measuring scavenger hunt. Students choose items around the room to estimate and measure. Students try measuring with their hands and compare with other students who did the same. Students discuss why their...
In this retelling the story about Goldilocks and The Three Bears worksheet, students retell the story and use the pictures of the three beds to compare sizes. Students compare 3 measurements.
In these comparison worksheets, students study the pictures and check the answer to the questions about size, length, or height. Students circle the comparison answer for the second worksheet. Students complete 10 examples.
For this measurement worksheet, students complete a 3 column graphic organizer where they list items smaller than. the same size as, and bigger than a picture of a gingerbread man.
In this size comparisons learning exercise, students circle the biggest and smallest person in David's family. Students then circle the biggest and smallest person in Grace's family.
In this size comparison learning exercise, students study the pictures illustrated on the page. Students identify the objects that are shorter in comparison and circle them.
In this size comparison worksheet, students examine 4 rows of black and white clip art pictures. They draw an X on the largest picture and a circle around the smallest picture.
For this size comparison worksheet, students look at 4 ovals and 4 rectangles in two columns. They decide which shape is the shortest in each column and circle it.
In this making comparisons worksheet, students look at the 3 sets of pictures that depict objects of different sizes and write 6 sentences each to compare the items. Students use the clues in parentheses. Note: There are no examples and...