Cognitive Development Worksheets for Ages 4-5

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Beginning Sounds Worksheet

Test your child's knowledge with this colorful worksheet! Before beginning, have your kids recite the alphabet and sound them off. Give examples and ask them to do the same, then help them circle the beginning sound of each picture to complete the exercise.
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Matching 2D and 3D Shapes Worksheet

Before starting this worksheet, ask your kids what shapes they know and point out the 2D and 3D shapes on it. Help your kids trace the 2D shapes and then match them to the 3D versions. It'll be a fun new world for your kids to explore!
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Animals are fun to observe and interact with. They can be seen at the zoo, parks, farms and in homes with pets. This worksheet helps kids identify animals, and build addition skills. Look at the picture with them and help name each animal. After that, add the animals up and check the box for the correct answer. 80 words.
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Making the 12 Puzzle Worksheet

Engage preschoolers in learning with this fun and colorful worksheet. Ask them to look at the picture and identify the missing equation on each puzzle piece; then help them solve the problems. When all the puzzle pieces make the bottom numbers equal 12, have them circle it. This is a great way to combine learning and fun!
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Australian Animal Subtraction Worksheet

Test your child's wildlife knowledge. Ask them to name animals indigenous to Australia or other countries. Show them the animals in this worksheet and have them match each word problem and picture with the correct number sentence.
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Triceratops Counting to 9 Worksheet

This little triceratops is here to help kids learn to count! Dinosaurs lived long before us and we've never seen one alive, but through research, we know a lot about them. Let the dinosaur help trace on the line from 1 to 9 for a fun counting practice.
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Build with 9 Worksheet

Your students' learning journey can be challenging, but ultimately rewarding. This worksheet helps them practice counting: count the logs in all the groups and circle those with 9 logs.
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Sunny Counting Backwards from 10 to 1 Worksheet

Ask your kids what they like to do in summer heat. Look at the worksheet and ask them to identify the items in the picture. Count the numbers together then help them with connecting the dots from 10 to 1. It's a fun activity for the little girl, just like your kids.
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Matching 4 – 3 Worksheet

Help your kids master basic math concepts like addition and subtraction with fun exercises. Test their understanding with simple problems. For example, in this worksheet, ask them to count the objects in each picture and draw a line to the pictures that show 4 - 3 = 1. This will help them get better at solving equations.
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Community Places: 1 Less Worksheet

Have your kindergarteners draw a line through the correct number sentences as they find their way home from school. Ask them to identify the people, places, and buildings in their community and the jobs they do.
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Community Helpers: 1 less Worksheet

Look at this worksheet with your child and ask them to identify the different community helpers. Match them to the places where they work by drawing a line to finish the number sentence. This helps them identify the people that help keep the community organized and running smoothly. Examples of community helpers include doctors, police officers, firefighters, teachers, etc.
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Make 10 Maze Worksheet

Help your child's frog friend make its way out of the maze! Mazes are an enjoyable way to get your kids to learn and can be a challenge. Have your kids take a look at this tracing sheet and help the frog make its way through the maze by tracing a line through the groups of equations that make 10. It’ll be a fun time for everyone!
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Dinosaur Pieces: +2 Worksheet

Kids love dinosaurs! See if your kids can solve these three equations featuring the mysterious creatures. Download the PDF and have them circle the number that completes each equation. Dinosaurs are extinct, not seen for thousands of years, but they can still help kids work on their math skills!
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Count and Pair on the Farm Worksheet

Farms are essential to our society: they grow food and crops, and raise animals for us to use. Kids can have a great time at a farm, engaging in activities like identifying animals, counting them, and circling the correct number. On this worksheet, ask your kids to try all three!
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Counting Big City Buildings Worksheet

Test your child's counting skills! Ask them to count as high as they can and use the worksheet to brush up on any areas that need improvement. There are 3 sets of buildings in the picture; help your kids count them and circle the correct number. Mastering the art of counting is essential for advancing in math and solving equations, so take this opportunity to ensure your kids are ready!
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Enrichment -2 Step Word Problems Worksheet

Help your students learn math easier and faster with this colorful worksheet. Read the word problem and then guide them in checking the correct equation and finding the answer. Your students will benefit from the extra help, as they work through new concepts each day.
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Opposites on the Farm Worksheet

Teaching children the concept of opposites is important for their development. This worksheet offers a fun way to practice. Kids can use traceable lines to match farm imagery with pairs of opposites. It's a great way to help them compare and contrast, a key skill for reading, math, writing and more.
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Cities: Finding Differences Worksheet

Critical thinking is essential for reading comprehension. New readers must be able to identify the key information in different text formats. This worksheet helps children learn what they might find in cities and how to differentiate between stories and pictures.
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Which Wagons Have 1 Less? Worksheet

Test your kid's counting skills with a simple exercise. Ask them to count the balls in the five wagons shown and to circle the wagons with one less than the red wagon in the middle. This will give their brains a simple task that tests their knowledge of numbers.
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Class Supplies and Natural Resources Worksheet

Look around the classroom with your students. Can they identify objects and name their natural resources? E.g. wood, cotton, steel. Ask your child to find an object made from wood. Then, look at this worksheet together. Ask your students to identify each object and check off the natural resource it's made from.
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Animal Homes Worksheet

Students have homes where they can do things they love, sleep and stay safe from bad weather. Check the worksheet for animals and their shelters. Ask your kids to identify each and match the animal home to the picture. (80 words)
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Opposite Day Worksheet

Early learners need to know about opposites to improve their higher-order thinking and critical thinking. This fun worksheet helps them understand the concept, practice opposite words, read high-frequency words and work on fine motor skills. Download the traceable PDF to get started.
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What Do We Wear in the Weather? Worksheet

This worksheet boosts young learners' everyday vocab with fun high-frequency weather words. They'll see and match familiar pictures to the words they read. Plus, it helps them develop fine motor skills. Perfect for preschoolers.
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Counting in the Neighborhood Part1 Worksheet

Counting using one-to-one representation is a great way to develop a child's number sense. Use objects, pictures and images to help counting beyond the fingers. This worksheet uses everyday objects to practice counting. It encourages children to find the correct number and count forward. Give it a try!
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