Coffee Cup and Chair
This worksheet is a part of a series designed to help children understand the concept of size comparison. It features two sets of everyday objects-a trio of trash cans and a trio of folding chairs-each arranged in ascending order of size. The task is to color the largest object in each set, thus providing a visual and interactive way for children to learn the meaning of “biggest” as compared to “big” and “bigger.”
The worksheet is teaching students to identify differences in size between similar objects, an essential skill for early mathematical understanding. It helps children practice visual discrimination by assessing and comparing sizes. The act of coloring the biggest object also assists in developing fine motor skills. Through this activity, children are not only learning to recognize size attributes but are also being introduced to basic comparative adjectives.