Year R Maths Worksheets (Ages 4-5)

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Measuring Worksheets
Subject > Measuring
Color & Compare Weights of Obejcts From > Education.com
Beginning measurement starts with sizing up relative sizes and weights—is a toy car heavier than a basketball?
Subject > Measuring
Size Worksheets From > Kids Learning Station
A series of worksheets to introduce kids to the concepts of big, small, length and size.
Subject > Measuring
Biggest and Smallest From > Math Aids
A dynamic worksheet to help identify the biggest or smallest object. Nice worksheets but when you download it you have to change the.pl extension to .pdf otherwise it won't open
Subject > Measuring
Tall and Short From > Home Education Resources
Circle the correct figure. Click on worksheet thumbnail to download and complete.
Subject > Measuring
Which is Bigger? From > Channel 4
A simple worksheet with instructions getting your child used to the concept of bigger and smaller.
Subject > Measuring Size
Big and Small From > Home Education Resources
Circle the correct figure. Click on worksheet thumbnail to download and complete.
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Curriculum Snippet- ELG 12
Shape, space and measures

The aims for Year R:
Children use everyday language to talk about size, weight, capacity, position, distance, time and money to compare quantities and objects and to solve problems. They recognise, create and describe patterns. They explore characteristics of everyday objects and shapes and use mathematical language to describe them.*


* This text is taken directly from the 2014 English National Curriculum