# Logic and Early Math Lesson - Enrichment, Data, Preschool

In the "Enrichment" lesson, tailored for preschool students and nestled within the Early Logic and Geometry unit under the Data chapter, young learners embark on an exciting journey to understand the world of sizes and how they compare to one another. Through engaging activities such as the "Big Medium Small Worksheet" and the "Ordering Size Worksheet," students will learn to distinguish between objects of varying sizes and grasp the concept of ordering based on size.

Mastering these foundational skills in early logic is crucial for several reasons. Firstly, it enhances their spatial awareness, allowing them to interact more effectively with the space and objects around them. Understanding size and order also lays the groundwork for mathematical reasoning, which will be vital as they progress in their educational journey. Furthermore, these activities are designed to promote critical thinking and problem-solving skills from an early age, encouraging students to observe, compare, and make decisions based on logical reasoning.

By participating in this lesson, preschool students will not only enjoy a fun and interactive learning experience but also develop essential skills that form the building blocks for more complex concepts in mathematics and beyond.

Estimated classroom time: 6 min
Chapter: Data
Unit: Early Logic and Geometry
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1st
3:00 min
Big Medium Small Worksheet
worksheet
2nd
3:00 min
Ordering Size Worksheet
worksheet
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• ### Activity 1 / Big Medium Small Worksheet

Help your child learn to describe the size of objects using this vivid and fun big medium small worksheet! While working, kids practice using the vocabulary they need to help describe their world.
Improve vocabulary and increase early math skills using this cute worksheet from Kids Academy!

• ### Activity 2 / Ordering Size Worksheet

Practice mathematical vocabulary with this worksheet that focuses on words to describe size or quantity. Students look at pictures and indicate with a line the objects that are taller, shorter, big, small, light, heavy, empty or full. This math printable allows the teacher to easily check students understanding of these measurement terms.  Follow up with learning and ask children to name other examples using these words.