This is such a fun set of spring measurement activities for preschoolers. Each of the fourteen worksheets features a fun spring item to measure and graph.
These worksheets work on skills like non-standard measurement, comparing sizes, graphing, and more.
This pack of spring worksheets includes fourteen measurement activities featuring the following spring-themed objects:
- and more!
How to Use the Pages
Print the pages on cardstock, and laminate for durability. Gather items to use for measuring – pom poms, erasers, buttons, bingo chips, or crayons.
Have students measure each object with the measuring strip on the right side of the page. If necessary, students can use a ruler for a straight-edge to make a line from the top of the object to the measuring strip.
Use small items to fill in the measuring graph on the side of the page. If you don’t have hands-on manipulatives, you can have children color in the squares on the measuring strip.
Then, have students write the number in the box.
If you laminate the pages, the kids can use dry erase markers to write the numbers and fill in the graph. Then, you can wipe it clean for use over and over again.
What skills are taught?
• Number recognition
• Number formation
• Non-standard measurement
• Analyzing data
This is a digital file. You will receive a PDF file to download and print.