Big And Small Worksheets

Big and small worksheets to practice size comparison with your preschoolers!

Help your preschoolers grasp the concept of size and comparison with these free printable big and small worksheets. The included activities are simple and basic so your preschooler can start learning about size and measurements – important skills for future math success.

Big and small worksheets updated version

Big And small worksheets

Learning the concept of big and small is a beginning math skill even toddlers and preschoolers can comprehend. I have recently updated and expanded this preschool worksheet set, so you will get more worksheets in this printable PDF!


Big or small worksheet - circle the small picture

Big and small Worksheets

Compare the pictures in each box and circle the small one of the two. Just click on the picture or the buttons for more big vs small worksheets.


Big and small worksheets preschool

In this big and small activity, children will need to find the biggest and the smallest pictures in each row.

biggest Vs Smallest

Each row has several pictures to compare. Preschoolers will need to find the smallest and the biggest ones.


Christmas big and small

Enjoy some holiday learning with these free printable Christmas big and small worksheets!

Christmas big and small

Children will practice size comparison with these holiday big and small worksheets.


Big Vs Small

For more size comparison worksheets, check out some of these:

preschool worksheets big medium small

Big, Medium, Small Worksheets

Size comparison worksheets with three different sizes – big, medium, and small.


sorting pumpkins by size worksheet

Sorting by size – Cut and paste

Compare the pumpkins and paste them in the correct order.


Winter big and small size comparison worksheet with pictures of snowmen, penguins, mittens, and more

Big and small winter worksheets

Size comparison worksheets for the winter!


Big Small Worksheets

These big and small printables are great for the practice of visual discrimination as well as size comparison in preschool and kindergarten.

Children will need to pay attention and compare two or more pictures. Here’s a closer look at the activities in this pack:

  • find the big picture out of two
  • find the small picture out of two
  • compare four pictures and choose the biggest one
  • compare four objects and circle the smallest one
  • connect three pictures in order from big-medium-small
  • color two pictures of the same size
  • find and color the biggest shape in each box
  • and finally, find and color the smallest shape in each group
3 Big and small worksheets on purple background with text overlay - Pinterest image

These printable preschool worksheets are for personal and classroom use only. Any redistribution or altering is not allowed without written permission first.

36 thoughts on “Big And Small Worksheets”

  1. Hi, Ms Katrina! I thank God for I found your website. Thank you for sharing your printable materials. I was a former preschool teacher but currently, I am a stay at home mom. I am now helping our daycare ministry ( a church based pre- Kinder program for indigent kids). Can I use your materials to our ministry? Thank you in advance! May God continue to bless the works of your hands!

  2. Rowena! Thank you for your kind words. I am glad you like my site. And yes, absolutely! You can use the worksheets in your church daycare.

  3. Hi Katrina,
    Thank you for sharing a lot of preschool work activities that I can give my daughter. You are so talented and generous enough to share it to us your subscriber.
    God bless you always!

  4. Seriously i was searching for a good site. And found it finally. Can’t thank u enough. Now my kid will be busy with these activities.

  5. Hello i am Aishah from guinea
    Thank you for these wonderful worksheets
    Can i use them in my preschool class?

  6. I have my two littles at home, and not in daycare/pre-school! So glad i came across this! Definitely going to share these with the other moms that i know!

  7. So happy to have found your site. My son is in preschool and has special needs and with all of us forced to stay home in California I was running out of my normal things to work on at home with him. Thank you so much!!!!

  8. Your website is amazing! Iā€™m an ESL teacher from Brazil, can I use these activities in my classroom?

  9. Kristina,
    Thanks so much for your printable sheets! Thanks to the current events, I’m a mom turned teacher. You are much appreciated!

  10. Hi, I am current sending creating virtual lessons for my preschool class. May I send one of your printables to the students in my class?

  11. As an educator and grandma, I have been impressed by your activity sheets. I put a packet together each week that is age appropriate for each of my three grandchildren and mail them to each child. It has been a helpful addition to their safe at home lifestyle during the pandemic. Many of the sheets that I send them are your creations. Thank you…and many compliments!

  12. Hi, I really like your work and i am currently doing online distance learning for my 3 year old preschool class and currenly have 7 students. Can i get your permission to use and distribute them? Thanks!

  13. Thank you so much for these wonderful resources! I feel more at ease on what direction to take to teach my little one at home šŸ™‚

    April

  14. Hello, currently doing online lessons for my PreK-3 class.May I use these work sheets for my class?

  15. So very grateful to have found your website! We’re living In such a crazy time and I’m thankful I can stay home and help my son learn and not have to worry about his education. Thank you for taking the time to help us teach our kids and be able to access resources like this.

  16. Thank you so much, for i have a kid with special needs and in this pandemic, this means alot. God bless and Take care!

  17. Thank you so much,for sharing these wonderful and knowledgeble worksheets!These worksheets are helpful me a lot for teaching my kids.

  18. Thank you for sharing such a wonderful work. Is it possible to use this work to disadvantaged kids in my community.

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