Measurement Worksheets

About Our Kindergarten Measurement Worksheets

Big, Bigger, Biggest

This series of Kindergarten worksheets introduces the concept of size comparison. Students will engage in activities that involve identifying objects as big, bigger, or biggest, strengthening their understanding of relative size and developing their vocabulary. Through coloring, matching, and sorting exercises, students will enhance their visual perception and critical thinking skills.

Describe Objects

Students explore and describe objects based on their characteristics. Activities include identifying and categorizing objects as small or big, empty or full, heavy or light, and tall or short. By engaging in these exercises, students will develop their vocabulary, enhance their observational skills, and strengthen their ability to compare and contrast objects.

Long vs. Short

This series focuses on the concept of length comparison. Students will engage in activities that involve identifying objects as long or short through circling or coloring. These exercises enhance visual perception and fine motor skills while developing an understanding of length as a measurable attribute.

Measure With a Scale

Introduce young learners to measurement using a scale with this series of worksheets. Students will engage in hands-on activities where they compare and measure objects using a ruler. These worksheets promote critical thinking, problem-solving, and mathematical skills as students learn to read and interpret accurate measurements.

Measuring With Paper Clips

These worksheets enable children to practice measurement skills using paper clips as a simple and tangible unit of measurement. These worksheets include various objects or lines for children to measure by counting how many paper clips fit along their length. They help kids develop essential math and spatial reasoning skills while making learning engaging and hands-on, promoting a deeper understanding of measurement concepts.

Months of the Year

Explore the concept of time and calendar with this series of worksheets focused on the months of the year. Young learners will engage in activities that enhance their familiarization with the sequence of months and the organization of the calendar year. These worksheets promote calendar literacy, logical thinking, and knowledge of the passage of time.

Non-Standard Units of Measure

Through hands-on activities, students will learn to measure objects using non-standard units such as cubes, paperclips, or dimes. These worksheets develop critical thinking and measurement skills as students practice comparing and ordering objects based on their size using non-standard units.


Immerse young learners in the wonders of the four seasons with this series of worksheets. Through engaging activities, students will explore the characteristics and changes associated with each season, strengthening their understanding of the natural world. These worksheets promote critical thinking, observation skills, and vocabulary development as students learn about the unique features and activities associated with each season.

Tall vs. Short

Develop students’ understanding of height with these Kindergarten worksheets focused on Tall vs. Short. Through interactive exercises, students will compare and identify objects based on their height, reinforcing their understanding of relative height relationships. These worksheets promote critical thinking and visual perception as students identify and classify objects as tall or short, strengthening their ability to make height comparisons.