Comparing objects: Same and different worksheets for preschool

Inside: A set of same and different worksheets for pre-k and kindergarten!

same and different worksheets

Make learning fun for your toddler or preschooler with my same and different worksheets for preschool or kindergarten.

Comparing objects and finding similarities and differences are all part of a skill set preschoolers should bring into kindergarten. So help your little one to be ready!

Make sure to also get my ocean theme same or different activity here!

Same and different worksheets

Are the objects the same? Or are they different? If so, how are they different? 

Asking questions similar to these is a great way to encourage your preschooler to observe and compare two or more objects in his environment. This set of skills is important for both, reading and math success in the future.

There are seven free worksheets in total. My intention was to offer basic and simple ones first, followed by more subtle differences that children need to spot.

To download, just click on the download link at the very end of this post.


same and different worksheets

Preschool same and different worksheets free printable PDF

same and different worksheets preschool

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Feel free to use my same and different printable worksheets in the classroom or at home. But for any other purposes, such as re-distribution or any altering, please contact me first. Thank you!

24 thoughts on “Comparing objects: Same and different worksheets for preschool”

  1. Dear Ms. Kristina,
    Thank you for having these worksheets here. I am very sure my young students would be very happy completing them in the classroom. 🙂

  2. Thank you so much for sharing your worksheets. They are so valuable, especially now when we are in stay-at-home mode.

    God bless you. Stay safe!

  3. How can I print out this work sheets they would really come in hand now with all this going on

  4. There is a download button at the end of the post, under green banner that says “Download your PDF here”. It’s best to use a computer or laptop because phones and tablets often block direct download.

  5. thank u dear for the worksheets..loved all of them..i hope my daughter will now sit n learn with me..thanks again for sharing…

  6. Thank you for providing so many free learning printables. My little one is really loving some new challenges and I’m loving watching her brain work!

  7. Dear Kristina,
    Thank you for being the light in the darkness. This year has been challenging for every parent, daycare providers, and teachers. These printables are amazing gifts to all of us looking to help our kids improving their academic skills. May God bless you abundantly and keep you and yours safe.
    Merry Christmas!

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