Kindergarten - Math concepts

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  • Measuring Magic

    Kindergarten students can practice their measuring and comparing skills using this imaginative worksheet.

  • Heavy or Light: Measuring Weight

    Help your child practice his skills with measurements with this printable worksheet, which is all about weight.

  • Measuring Inches: Inching Insects

    Get some measurement practice by inching along with some familiar sights.

  • Comparing Weight

    Take measurement learning to the next level with this comparing weight worksheet featuring common objects, and practice reading numbers.

  • Length and Width: Measure School Supplies

    Introduce measuring to your kindergartener with this simple and easy worksheet. Use the paper inch ruler to measure the length of each school supply.

  • Measuring Length: Earthworms

    On this first grade math worksheet, kids use a ruler to measure four worms in inches. Then they compare lengths to find the shortest and longest worm.

  • Which is Heavier?

    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.

  • Color & Compare Weights of Objects

    Beginning measurement starts with relative sizes and weights; this worksheet asks your child decide which object is heavier and adds coloring into the mix!

  • Measuring Bug: Inches

    Practice measuring length in inches with your first grader with this cute buggy worksheet.

  • Sizes: Small, Medium, and Large

    Look for small, medium, and large objects in the picture and color them according to the colors listed in the directions.

  • Color & Compare: Ordering Weight

    Take measurement learning to the next level with this color and compare worksheet where your child will compare and order objects based on relative weight.

  • Rapunzel Braid Measurement

    Rapunzel is locked in a tower with nothing to do but play with her hair. As the year goes on she decides to keep a braid chart for every foot her hair grows.

  • Comparing Two Things

    In this worksheet, your child will be comparing two things in the pictures and will decide for himself which one is taller, older, or heavier.

  • Measuring Length: Veggies

    On this first grade math worksheet, kids use a ruler to measure four vegetables in inches. Then they compare lengths to find the shortest and longest veggies.

  • Making Comparisons

    Practice basic math and observation skills with your young one, using this mini book you can fold up yourself!

  • Measuring Worms

    If you want to get your first grader excited about measurement, try measuring worms!

  • Measuring Length: More Veggies

    On this first grade math worksheet, kids use a ruler to measure four vegetables in inches. Then they compare lengths to find the shortest and longest veggie.

  • Compare Sizes: Fruit

    How big is each piece of fruit? Help your child learn about measuring sizes, small, medium and large, with this fun worksheet!

  • Comparing Weights

    Do you know how much you weigh? Introduce your kindergartener to the concept of measurement by weight with this fun comparison worksheet.

  • Length and Width: Measure Space

    Cut out the inch ruler and measure length and width of the objects related to space. Your kindergartener will go galactic with our fun and simple worksheet!

  • Length and Width: Measure Vehicles

    Your little guy will surely enjoy cutting out the inch ruler and measuring the length of each colorful vehicle!

  • Animals Big and Small

    Students learn how to compare animals using the words “bigger” and “smaller.”

  • Mid-Year Math Assessment: Measurement

    Do your students understand the concept of measurement? Assess their knowledge using this fun measurement worksheet!

  • Measuring Inches

    Master measuring with a ruler using this straightforward pracic sheet! Help your child understand how to read a ruler to measure inches with accuracy.