Help your kids arrange the buildings in order of height: highest (4) to lowest (1). Ask them if they can think of other ways things can be measured. Read the texts describing the buildings and check 4 for the tallest and 1 for the shortest.
Practice measuring with word problems on this worksheet. Read the two sentences to your kids, interpret them, and have them check the correct answer. Equations can be presented in various ways; sentences or numbers. Help your kids understand the different forms.
Do your kids know what reptiles are? Ask them to name some and name features. In this activity, your kindergartners will measure with reptiles. Show them the picture and get them to order by length, starting with the one with 4 by the longest reptile, then the one with 1 by the shortest.
Show your kids a picture of Harry the Postman and ask if they can identify his profession. Then, with this simple picture graph worksheet, help Harry out by having your kids answer the questions below the picture graph. It shows the number of letters he delivered, and on what day. Get your kids to use the picture graph to solve it.
Help your kids telling time with the minute hand correctly with this tracing sheet. Trace the correct minute hand to make the time on the analog clock the same as the time on the digital clock. Give them a pictured demonstration of how to do it and you'll be all set!