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Big vs Small Worksheets
The worksheets in this page help children in identifying big and small items with real-life objects, animals, birds, shapes and more. These pdf worksheets are suitable for kids under preschool and kindergarten. Our free handouts are sure to delight young ones!
Color the small shape with one color and big shape with another color in each section.
Each printable worksheet has 4 questions comparing the size of animals, plants, trees and birds in Jungle. The size of each file varies between 320-340 kb.
Compare the sizes of two jellyfish, turtles, pearl oysters, and a lot more living organisms underwater and identify the smaller ones with this set of printable big vs small worksheets!
Boost the analytical skills of children by allowing them to compare the sea creatures and circle the larger ones with this engaging worksheets set!
Tracing and Drawing | Smaller Shapes
Have little ones trace each shape and draw the same shape smaller than the original size and reinforce big and small differentiation.
Tracing and Drawing | Bigger Shapes
Here’s yet another bunch of tracing and drawing worksheets to delight young ones with. Let them trace the hearts, circles, stars, and draw a bigger version of these shapes beside.
This set of pdf worksheets lets kindergarteners recognize as well as sketch two-dimensional figures. Draw the same shape smaller than original to the left and larger than original to the right.
Ordering Sizes: Small, Medium, Big
What’s more interesting in this practice set is that there’s another size being added up! Get the little tots busy with recognizing a medium-size apart from the usual big and small with these pdfs.
Ordering Sizes: Big, Medium, Small
Get a chance to elevate kids’ comparing and ordering skills. Compare the sizes of fruits and vegetables and order them using numbers: 1 for big, 2 for medium, and 3 for small.
Coloring Bigger/Smaller Object
You have 2 sections A and B. Section B has two pictures similar to section A but different in sizes. Ask your kid(s) to color the picture in section B that is bigger/smaller than in section A.
You have 4 similar pictures in each question of these printable worksheets. Tick the box under biggest object and cross out the box under smallest object in each group.
Each question has 3 pictures in different sizes. Under the pictures, there are sizes written in words. Match each picture to the correct word.
Cut out the pictures and ask kids to paste it on the picture-board at correct places.