In this worksheet, kids identify whether objects or containers are "full" or "empty".
In this worksheet, Students do exercises re-enforcing the concepts of "inside" and "outside" including writing of those words. the positional concepts of "in front of" and "behind". Students identify which object is in front of or behind other objects.
In this UKG worksheet, students match objects that go together. Worksheet enhance your child's logical reasoning skills. Children are presented a number of objects.
Our UKG worksheet on "biggest" and "smallest". Students identify the biggest and smallest objects in a group, order items from smallest to biggest and label items according to size.
Heat and temperature are the energy concepts most familiar to children. In this worksheet, the students identify cold and hot objects. These observations will lead to thinking about temperature (measuring "hot" and "cold") and heat transfer (how things get "hot" or "cold").
Learn about the five senses resources for young learners. Pupils will enrich their Vocabulary. They will have different activities related to the five senses.
Students match animals to their habitats such as the the desert, forest, grasslands and ocean.
Using this Animal Names Worksheet, students label colorful pictures of animals using the word bank in order to build their knowledge.
In this UKG worksheet students count objects to solve subtraction problems. Students see side by side the subtraction of objects and the subtraction of numbers. All numbers are less than ten.
In this number line addition worksheet, students add numbers by hopping along a number line. A classic exercise tying together addition and number sequences.