# Big vs. Small Worksheets

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Awash with colorful images, this collection of free printable big vs small worksheets offers kids practice in identifying bigger or smaller objects in everyday life. These must-have pdfs for kids in preschool to grade 1 lay the groundwork for measurement in math and aid in developing comparison skills. Exercises like observing and comparing, coloring and drawing, and ordering according to the sizes and activities like cut and glue help reinforce the concept.

These printable worksheets are ideal for preschool, kindergarten, and 1st grade.

CCSS: K.MD

Circling Bigger or Smaller Objects

Build early math skills by introducing preschoolers to this set of colorful worksheets. The task here is for the tiny tots to compare the objects in each pair and circle the bigger or smaller object as per the instruction given.

Coloring the Objects as Instructed

Differentiating between sizes is an important skill for kids to master at the foundational level. Let children recognize the bigger or smaller objects featured in these worksheets and color them, following the instructions.

Draw on your comparing skills and draw shapes as instructed. Toggling between fun and learning, these printable worksheets begin with identifying the size of each shape and drawing a bigger or smaller version of it.

Designed with kids up to grade 1 in mind, these pdfs feature questions that task learners with keenly observing each set of objects and marking the numbers from 1 to 3, denoting ascending or descending order.

Identifying Bigger or Smaller Objects

Grab these pdf worksheets to unleash the math whiz in the little ones! Here, kids will enjoy comparing the sizes of a variety of objects representing each scenario and identify the bigger or the smaller object in each set.