Here is a fun printable activity for learning, comparing, and ordering by size in preschool.
Spring is nearly here! Here is a fun spring activity for your preschoolers – ordering pictures by size.
From the biggest to smallest, your children will exercise their thinking skills, attention to detail, and fine motor skills at the same time!
Biggest to smallest worksheets for preschool
In my big and small worksheets set, children compare two objects and decide which one is the biggest and smallest.
Here is a more advanced comparison activity for your early learners.
Children will compare spring pictures by size and then connect them in order. At first, they’ll practice sizing down – from the biggest to the smallest. And then the other way around.
I mostly used typical spring pictures for this printable as we are ready for the springtime. But you can use these worksheets anytime throughout the year, really.
To download and print your copy, simply go to the bottom of this post and get your pdf there.
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