Preschool - Math concepts

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  • Heavy or Light: Measuring Weight

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

  • Comparing: Heavy vs. Light

    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.

  • Comparing: Short vs. Tall

    Teach your preschooler about object properties by encouraging him to figure out which thing is shorter and which is taller in each pair of objects.

  • Comparing: More vs. Less

    Help your preschooler tackle object comparisons with this simple worksheet that focuses on volume, or how much something can hold.

  • Size Comparison: At the Beach!

    Give your child some size comparison practice with this colorful summer worksheet. He'll compare relative sizes and weight between two beachy objects.

  • 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.

  • Let's Compare, too!

    Your child's reasoning and measuring skills get some play time with this colorful spring themed worksheet with comparing.

  • Measuring with a Ruler: Insects!

    Your preschooler can practice measuring, writing numbers, counting and identifying insects on this measuring with a ruler math worksheet.

  • How Tall Are They: Candy!

    This printout teaches your child to measure objects, practice writing numbers, counting and identifying colors and objects.

  • Paper Clip Measurement

    Paper clip measurement is a fun and easy way to help kids learn how to measure length.

  • Which Tower is Taller?

    Which tower has more blocks? Help your child see that this tall task can be manageable when she counts each block one by one.

  • How Tall Are They: Crayons

    Give your child practice writing her numbers with this colorful printable that lets her practice measuring too

  • Measurement Comparison Check-In

    Use this assessment to determine whether or not your students know how to compare and use comparison language.

  • Draw: Holds More!

    Look at art and math combined in this imaginative worksheet, which will help students think about things that hold more.

  • Measurement Comparison Assessment

    Measurement is all about comparisons. Use this assessment to determine whether or not your students know how to compare and use comparison language.

  • Holds More Match-Up

    Young students are always interested in what is bigger or smaller, and in this interactive worksheet they determine what holds more.

  • Draw: Holds Less!

    Look at art and math combined in this imaginative worksheet, which will help students think about things that hold less.

  • Elephant Measuring Weight Activity

    One of these animals is heavier than the other! Teach your child about the concept of weight with this measurement worksheet.

  • How Tall Are They: Keys

    Your child will practice measuring and writing numbers, counting and identifying objects on this worksheet for preschool math.

  • Make it Longer

    This hose is too short to reach the garden! Help make it longer by drawing a picture, a fun way to build measurement skills.

  • Measuring Scavenger Hunt

    Can you use this ruler to go on a measuring scavenger hunt? Help your preschooler learn about measurement with this fun activity.

  • How Tall Are They: Blocks

    Your child will practice measuring and writing numbers, counting and identifying colors on this worksheet for preschool math.

  • Practice Measuring

    Let's practice measuring using a ruler! Help your child cut out the ruler at the bottom of the page. Then use it to measure the hoses.

  • Say Cheese! Order the People in the Picture

    Help your child with his spatial awareness and observation skills with this worksheet, which challenges him to order the people from tallest to smallest.