Preschool Measurement Worksheets and Printables

Preschool measurement worksheets are a great way to introduce your kid to this important math concept. Many of our worksheets are useful for teaching your child that we measure smaller objects using inches. Your kid can use a ruler to measure everything from crayons to insects (well, more like images of them). If your child seems eager to do even more measuring, bust out a ruler and encourage her to measure a whole host of objects. No ruler handy? We have printable rulers that'll get the job done. In addition to introducing the inch ruler, our worksheets also feature comparative measurement. It will serve your child well to learn how to describe objects and amounts by contrasting them with other objects and amounts. Take a look at our measurement worksheets and find a few for your child.
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Measuring with a Ruler: Insects! Measuring with a Ruler: Insects! Does your child like insects? This math worksheet is crawling with them.
Size Comparison: At the Beach! Size Comparison: At the Beach! Get your child to compare relative sizes and weight between two objects, with this colorful worksheet.
How Tall Are They: Candy! How Tall Are They: Candy! Want to give your child a boost with his measuring and counting skills?
Paper Clip Measurement Paper Clip Measurement Paper clip measurement is a fun and easy way to help kids learn how to measure length.
What is Height? What is Height? What is height? Teach your little math whiz about how we measure height with this beginner's worksheet.
Tree Measurements Tree Measurements Bust out the measuring tape, it's time to make some tree measurements!
What is Length? What is Length? What is length? Preschoolers will get a taste of measurement with this simple worksheet.
Teach your preschooler the months of the year with calendar pages he can color and date himself.
Create a Calendar Teach your preschooler the months of the year with calendar pages he can color and date himself.
Measuring Scavenger Hunt Measuring Scavenger Hunt Can you use this ruler to go on a measuring scavenger hunt?
These insect-filled math worksheets are perfect for the bug-obsessed child. Try these worksheets and activities for a fun way to exercise math skills and discover a few new bugs at the same time.
Bug Math Practice These insect-filled math worksheets are perfect for the bug-obsessed child.
Stuck inside due to a snowstorm? These activities, games, and worksheets are perfect for a day when you're snowed in. Stay warm, and enjoy learning!
Snow Day Activities Stuck inside due to a snowstorm? These activities, games, and worksheets are perfect for a day when you're snowed in.
Measurement Treasure Hunt Measurement Treasure Hunt Go on a measurement treasure hunt with your young learner!
More or Less? Party Favors More or Less? Party Favors Are there more cupcakes than noise makers? This cute counting page asks your child to recognize more or less values between groups of birthday party objects.
How Tall Are They: Crayons How Tall Are They: Crayons Give your child practice writing her numbers with this colorful printable that lets her practice measuring too!
Comparing: Heavy vs. Light Comparing: Heavy vs. Light Is a bicycle heavier or lighter than a taxi cab?
More or Less Animals More or Less Animals Are there more squirrels than ducklings? This cute counting page asks your child to recognize more or less values between groups of things.
Preschool measurement worksheets are a great way to introduce your kid to this important math concept. Many of our worksheets are useful for teaching your child that we measure smaller objects using inches. Your kid can use a ruler to measure everything from crayons to insects (well, more like images of them). If your child seems eager to do even more measuring, bust out a ruler and encourage her to measure a whole host of objects. No ruler handy? We have printable rulers that'll get the job done. In addition to introducing the inch ruler, our worksheets also feature comparative measurement. It will serve your child well to learn how to describe objects and amounts by contrasting them with other objects and amounts. Take a look at our measurement worksheets and find a few for your child.