Children should identify and circle or colour the tallest and shortest in each group. Each of the worksheets ends with an extra activity, asking the children to draw a taller or shorter building.
These worksheets are all about measuring - whether comparing height or length, using the vocabulary of measuring, or measuring by object, body part of unit of measurement.
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This set of 2 worksheets asks children to identify the tallest and shortest in the group and colour them in according to instructions. The second worksheet also asks the children to recognise and colour in objects which are the same height.
This first set of worksheets simply asks children to identify the longer or shorter in each group of objects. The last activity is to draw a longer worm or a shorter caterpillar, to make the worksheets a little bit more fun!
Grab a ruler and use this fun maths worksheet to practise measuring ice creams. Make sure that you tick print in actual size.
Tell the kids to grab a ruler and practise measuring these cute little lizards on this fun maths worksheet. Make sure that you tick print in actual size.
Learn to write and spell these comparative adjectives, commonly used in early measurement activities - tall, taller, tallest, short, shorter, shortest, and long, longer, longest.
Grab a ruler and use this maths worksheet to practise measuring snakes. Make sure that you click print in actual size.