One of Piglet’s favorite subjects to discuss is how “big” she’s getting.
On any given morning, she may emerge from her bedroom shouting “I’m getting so big!” or “I’m almost as big as you now, Mama!”
Preschoolers are often fixated on getting “big”, which is a surefire way to know that they’re starting to notice the differences between big and small.
And that’s a great thing, because size differentiation is a basic math concept that helps kids grasp other ideas: comparing shapes, comparing numbers, measurement, and more!
So, I thought that Piglet could use a new set of spring worksheets for kids – these flower-themed size sorting printables!
Read on to see how to get your set! And be sure to pick up our Busy Bee Scissor Skill Printables too!
Spring Worksheets for Kids: Flower Size Sorting Printables
To use these flower size sorting printables, you’ll need the following: (This post contains affiliate links. For details, see our Disclosure Policy.)
- Printer (with ink)
- Printer paper
- Child-safe scissors
- Laminator (optional)
- Hook and loop sticky dots (optional)
In this set of flower size sorting printables, you’ll find two worksheets that help preschoolers focus on telling big and small apart.
There are also two cut and paste pages that allow students to separate the big and small flowers and glue them in the correct spaces.
If you want to use the size sorting activity as a one-time lesson, use it with child-safe scissors and glue.
Students can cut out the big and small flowers and paste them on the correct pages.
But if you’d like to use this activity at math centers, laminate the pages and add hook and loop sticky dots to the back of the flower squares.
Early learners can match them up by size over and over again!
Instructions and an answer key are also provided!
Scroll down to get your Flower Size Sorting Printables!
Be sure to check out these other spring learning ideas!
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