# Match Exactly the Same But.. - Lesson for Preschool, Chapter - Matching and Sorting

In the "Match Exactly the Same But.." lesson, preschool students embark on a developmental journey into the foundational aspects of Early Logic and Geometry. This lesson is pivotal as it introduces young minds to the concepts of matching and sorting, crucial skills for cognitive development and problem-solving. Through engaging activities such as the "Which One Is Different Worksheet" and the "Find the Difference Worksheet," students will master the art of identifying similarities and differences among various objects and shapes. This process not only enhances their observational skills but also fosters critical thinking and attention to detail.

Understanding how to match and discern differences lays the groundwork for more complex mathematical concepts and logical reasoning skills in the future. It encourages students to make connections, recognize patterns, and classify objects based on specific criteria, which are fundamental operations in early learning. Moreover, these activities support the development of visual perception and fine motor skills as students interact with the worksheets. By mastering these early logic and geometry concepts, students are setting the stage for academic success and developing a lifelong love for learning.

Estimated classroom time: 6 min
Chapter: Matching and Sorting
Unit: Early Logic and Geometry
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1st
3:00 min
Which One Is Different Worksheet
worksheet
2nd
3:00 min
Find the Difference Worksheet
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• ### Activity 1 / Which One Is Different Worksheet

Which one is not like the others? Kids must learn to pay attention to details and pick out attributes of objects and images.
This which one is different worksheet for preschool helps kids develop logical reasoning and critical analysis skills that will be carried over a lifetime of learning!

• ### Activity 2 / Find the Difference Worksheet

Use this worksheet to find out how well your kids can identify two objects that are the same. In this worksheet, your child will have to pay careful attention to spot the odd items in the row. First, ask them to look at the pictures in each row. Can they tell you what they objects are? Ask your child if there is any picture that is not the same as the others in each row. Then, help them circle the picture that is different from the others.