Measuring length cut & paste activity

Inside: Fun cut & paste activity for introducing the concept of length and measurement.

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These length comparison worksheets will be a fun addition to your math lessons any time throughout the year.

Children will not only have to measure and compare the length of the items, but they will also practice their scissor and fine motor skills as well. Double win!

Length comparison worksheets for kindergarten

These worksheets are perfect for introducing the length concept to preschoolers and kindergarteners.

In this printable activity, children don’t have to use standard measuring tools to compare the lengths.

They can simply compare the objects to one another. Then they need to paste them in order from the longest to the shortest.

What you’ll need:

  • printer
  • paper
  • scissors
  • glue stick

Included are four pages of measuring activities plus recording page for each.

Children will compare the lengths of pencils, snakes, yarn, and fences. Feel free to let them color these if that’s what they like to do.

Enjoy!

To download, simply scroll to the bottom of this post and click the download button.

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Measuring length worksheets

Please, remember these printable measurement worksheets are for classroom or personal use only. Any redistribution or altering is not allowed without written permission first. Thank you!

15 thoughts on “Measuring length cut & paste activity”

    • I am glad I could help! That is exactly what makes me keep going with this site, families like yours! So thank you for stopping by.

  1. Thank you so much for making this easily assessible.
    I work in an overseas country and resources are very scarce.

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  2. Hi
    Thank you so much for these beautiful printables, my baby girl is 1 years old, do you have any sugessted printable for her age?

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    • Nothing for little ones like that. But there’s a great website called Totschooling.net you might like!

  3. Kristina,
    Our schools are closed and I have had to turn my classroom into “distance learning”. I am sending a bunch of these home to parents. You saved my life! Thank you so much!

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  4. Hi,
    I am a teacher who is currently working in a virtual classroom. Am I able to post this to my class and have them print out and use it at home? Thanks for your help.

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