# Lesson 5- Comparing 2 Objects with the Same Attribute- Which has Less? - Lesson for Kindergarten, Chapter - Data

In Lesson 5 - "Comparing 2 Objects with the Same Attribute- Which has Less?" kindergarteners delve into the heart of Data chapter within the Early Logic and Geometry unit. Through interactive activities such as "Which Has Less? Worksheet," "Which Holds Less? Worksheet," and "Comparing Objects: Which has More/Which has Less?" students embark on a foundational journey in understanding basic concepts of comparison and quantification.

Students will learn to identify and compare two objects based on a shared attribute, focusing on discerning which of the two has less. This lesson hones their observational skills, enhances their ability to focus on details, and fosters critical thinking as they evaluate similarities and differences between objects. It lays an essential groundwork for understanding more complex mathematical concepts such as measurement and numeracy in future lessons.

Understanding how to compare objects and determine which has less is not only a fundamental mathematical skill but also a valuable life skill. It aids in decision-making, problem-solving, and understanding the world around them. By mastering this skill, students enhance their logical thinking and prepare themselves for more advanced mathematical concepts, making this lesson an integral part of their early education journey.

Estimated classroom time: 10 min
Chapter: Data
Unit: Early Logic and Geometry
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1st
3:00 min
Which Has Less? Worksheet
worksheet
2nd
3:00 min
Which Holds Less? Worksheet
worksheet
3rd
4:00 min
Comparing Objects: Which has More/Which has Less?
Quiz
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• ### Activity 1 / Which Has Less? Worksheet

Being able to identify objects that have less of something when compared to another is a basic concept for young children developing their number sense. It takes practice, though, and this bright and colorful worksheet lets them use familiar objects and pictures to count and then identify which one has less than the other. They'll strengthen basic counting skills as they work on comparing and contrasting larger numbers down the road.

• ### Activity 2 / Which Holds Less? Worksheet

When young students begin working with volume, it can be hard for them without visualization. This free downloadable worksheet gives them practice with colorful pictures of familiar objects and lets them decide which of the containers holds less than the other. It's a great beginning sheet for students to build up to when they'll work on comparing numbers using greater than and less than symbols.

• ### Activity 3 / Comparing Objects: Which has More/Which has Less? - Quiz

This quiz assesses students’ ability to compare and identify measurable attributes of an object, such as more and less.