Develop positional skills with our UKG worksheet for kids. This activities teach about relative position.
In this UKG worksheet, students study the concepts of "facing left" or "facing right".
Kids learn the meaning of "above and below" by identifying the relative position of different objects.
Students review the meaning of "heavy" and "light" in this size comparison worksheet which include identifying the heavier / lighter objects and labeling objects as "heavy" or "light".
Our UKG worksheet on "tallest" and "shortest". Students identify the "tallest" and "shortest" of groups of pictured objects.
Help your child learn the concept of big and small with this size comparison worksheet. Put their comparison skills to work by challenging them to figure out the smallest/biggest in a group of objects.
Our natural resources produce things that we use for our daily needs. In this worksheet, Students identify the natural sources of common goods.
Students identify pushes and pulls based on the images shown. This reinforces the concept that forces are directional. Students indicate the direction they have to push to stop a moving ball. Forces can start or stop movement, and the changes in movement will be in the same direction as the force applied. Children understand this intuitively in real life; this exercise helps them conceptualize it on paper.
Help your child practice identifying summer objects.This summer activities worksheet is a fantastic source of inspiration when it comes to planning activities that your children can do in the summer months.
Students study which words we use to describe different types of weather such as sunny, rainy, windy, cloudy and snowy. In this weather worksheet, students review different types of weather including matching activities with them.