What Is Heavy, What Is Light ?
Weigh in on different items with a printable resource about things that are heavy and things that are light. Kids choose two different items with different weights, write them on the line, and draw a picture of each to create a mini book.
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- Good for either a science lesson about weight, or a language arts lesson about comparative adjectives
- Comes with both a color and black-and-white version
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