This colorful counting page is engaging math practice for your preschooler learning to count, and to compare more or less values between groups of butterflies.
This worksheet tasks your preschooler with finding bigger and smaller items of furniture. Help your kid build early math skills with this comparison worksheet.
Have your preschooler choose the bigger and smaller people in this worksheet. Comparing big and small helps kids develop foundational math skills.
These pairs of sports balls come in big and little sizes. Have your preschooler identify the bigger and smaller object to build early math skills.
Get your preschooler to show you which shape is bigger or smaller. Help your child build math and comparison skills with this worksheet.
Use this bigger or smaller worksheet with your child to get him to build math and comparison skills. Preschoolers will sort fruits and vegetables by size.
Have your preschooler choose which toy is bigger or smaller in this worksheet. These exercises help children build early math and comparison skills.
Build early math skills by using this bigger or smaller worksheet with your child. Preschoolers will identify which bird is bigger or smaller in this worksheet.
Show your preschooler these animal pictures and see if he can tell which are bigger and smaller. This comparison exercise helps him build early math skills.
Are there more drawing kits or more bottles of paint? This colorful page is great for counting practice.
Are there more penguins or lambs? This cute printable asks your child to compare quantities between groups of toy animals.
Are the more lasagna pieces than plates of chicken? This fun printable asks your child to compare quantities between groups of food items.
This worksheet asks your kid to compare quantities of desserts. Whether she can already count to ten or is just learning, this colorful page is great practice!
What better time to count than at a birthday party? This worksheet is great practice for your kid, whether he knows his numbers or is just learning to count.
Are there more rulers than books? This printable asks your child to compare quantities between groups of school supplies.
Does your preschooler love boasting about how big he is? Put his comparison skills to work by challenging him to figure out which object is bigger in each pair.
This colorful counting page is engaging math practice for your preschooler learning to count, and to compare more or less values between groups of animals.
Your child will practice measuring and writing numbers, fine motor skills, counting and identifying objects.
Your child will practice measuring and writing numbers, counting and identifying objects on this worksheet for preschool math.
This comparison worksheet is just the thing to get your preschooler excited about math.
This colorful printout lets your child practice measuring, counting, and even identify colors and objects, boosting his math and thinking skills.
Is a bicycle heavier or lighter than a taxi cab? Pose a math challenge to your preschooler by asking her to compare objects based on weight.
Does your preschooler understand the difference between narrow and wide? Help him wrap his head around the concept of width with this comparison worksheet.
Give your child practice writing her numbers with this colorful printable that lets her practice measuring too
Your preschooler can practice measuring, writing numbers, counting and identifying insects on this measuring with a ruler math worksheet.
This printout teaches your child to measure objects, practice writing numbers, counting and identifying colors and objects.
Give your child some size comparison practice with this colorful summer worksheet. He'll compare relative sizes and weight between two beachy objects.