Try measuring with paper clips to find out how long the pictured objects are. This worksheet is great for measurement practice and building counting skills too.
Which is longer: a hockey puck or a pair of scissors? In this worksheet, kids get a math boost as they put groups of things in order from shortest to longest.
Is a flamingo taller than a duck? In this worksheet, kids put each group of things in order from shortest to tallest.
First graders practice measurement in centimeters as they measure ribbons long and short.
Give your child's logical reasoning skills a boost with this worksheet that asks him to put each group in order from lightest to heaviest.
Help your child practice his skills with volume with this printable worksheet, which asks him to estimate how much liquid things can hold.
Help your child practice his skills in estimation with this printable worksheet, which asks him to assess the length of household objects.
Help your child practice his skills with measurements with this printable worksheet, which is all about weight.
Before these numbers get shipped off they need to be put in order! Some numbers need to be placed in order, and others are missing part of their pattern.
The Number Factory needs some help putting things back in order. Your kid will order numbers from greatest to smallest or smallest to greatest in our worksheet.