Are you looking for a way to review your child about comparing sizes? These free preschool worksheets should do the trick- Big, Bigger, Biggest Free Printable!
Comparing sizes is a basic skill that preschool-aged children are expected to learn. It’s a good thing that it is so easy to teach.
To start, I would say, work with actual objects. Blocks and manipulative are my favorite teaching tools.
As my students build with the toys, I make sure to use the words small, big, smaller, biggest and other comparing words. Then I make them repeat the words.
I also encourage them to make comparisons in other situations whenever possible and appropriate.
Also, since comparing sizes is very visual, I also have cute preschool worksheets for my students to work on. An easy supplement to our lesson.
And that’s what I’m sharing with you in this post. Below, You’ll find the link to my comparing sizes worksheets.
These free printable come in two sets: black and white, and colored versions.
For the black and white set, the instruction is to color the big objects red and green and the small objects blue and yellow.
While in the colored set, your child has to circle and cross out the objects accordingly.
By the way, these free preschool worksheets are in PDF format so they’re easy to download and print. Just click on the link and you’re good to go.
Use concrete objects to teach about comparing sizes.
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