Kindergarten Measurement Worksheets

Teach your students how to measure what is bigger, smaller, thicker, and thinner with these practice worksheets. This will help your students understand the basics of measurement and how to measure objects of different sizes.
Updated on: August 18, 2017


  • Big, Bigger, Biggest

    In this measurement worksheet, students are introduced to size comparison and the words used to describe size. Students draw objects that are "bigger," then circle the pictures that are the "biggest."

  • Color and Measurement

    Students practice following directions and comparing objects in this exercise. They first identify the appropriate object described by its size (biggest, tallest, longest, and thinnest), and then color it according to the directions (red, green, blue, and yellow).

  • Draw and Color Shapes

    Have your students practice comparing objects of different sizes by drawing a shape that matches the description (a bigger circle, longer rectangle, etc.), and then color it according to the directions (red, green, blue, or yellow).

  • Long, Longer, Longest

    In this measurement worksheet, students are introduced to comparative measurement and the words used to describe length. Students draw objects that are "longer," then circle the pictures that are the "longest."

  • Short, Shorter, Shortest I

    Students draw objects that are "shorter," then circle the pictures that are the "shortest."

  • Short, Shorter, Shortest II

    To practice identifying different measurements this exercise students draw objects that are "shorter," then circle the pictures that are the "shortest. "

  • Small, Smaller, Smallest

    In this activity your students can practice identifying which objects are "smaller" and "smallest."

  • Tall, Taller, Tallest

    Test your students by having them identify which objects are "taller" then others and which is the "tallest."

  • Thick, Thicker, Thickest

    In this measurement worksheet, students are introduced to comparative measurement and the words used to describe width. Students draw objects that are "thicker," then circle the pictures that are the "thickest."

  • Thin, Thinner, Thinnest

    Ask your students to complete this worksheet by identifying what object on the sheet are "thinner" and which is the "thinnest"

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