# Cognitive Development Normal Worksheets for Ages 3-4

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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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## 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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## 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 Forward On the Farm Worksheet

Help your child practice counting with this fun worksheet. Have them help a farmer feed the right animal by counting on from a starting point. This activity will help them build number line thinking and refine fine motor skills.
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This printout helps children learn to read fluently by connecting words with the same sound. Colorful pictures aid understanding and context for kindergarten-level students. Tracing lines, they learn to identify the sounds made by letters of the alphabet and deepen their knowledge of phonics.
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## 3D Shapes Worksheet

It's time to identify 3D shapes! This worksheet helps kids find and name shapes like cones, cylinders, cubes, and spheres using pictures of everyday objects. Let's explore 3D shapes in the real world!
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## Geometry: part 1 Worksheet

Test your student's shape knowledge with this beginner-level geometry worksheet. This fun, challenging printable PDF will sharpen spacial recognition skills as they match shapes of different sizes. Get started now!
Geometry: part 1 Worksheet
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## Which Letter Should you Choose? Worksheet

Trace the dotted lines to connect images with their first letter: "n" or "m." Challenge your child to name each picture, then identify the first letter and trace to the right letter! Five images in total.
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## Light Source Counting Worksheet

Help your students properly understand and interpret word problems with this worksheet. Read each problem aloud and have them check the correct answers. Pictures are included to aid in problem-solving. If they're still struggling, be sure to provide guidance and support.
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## Sorting Animals Worksheet

Your kids will love this free, interactive worksheet! With image clues, they can read and trace the animal names, and then sort them into groups of land or water animals. It's an enjoyable way to boost their critical thinking, fine motor and prior knowledge skills.
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## Sort the Same Group 2 Different Ways: Cars Worksheet

Look at the pictures with your child. Can they identify the objects? Ask them to sort the cars first by color and then size. Assist them to trace the dotted lines to sort the cars by color and size. This worksheet lets you easily assess your child's color and size organization skills.
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## Let's Look! Assessment Worksheet

Have your child look at the picture in the printout and name the objects. Ask which ones are soft and hard and have them count the soft objects and circle the number. This worksheet will engage your child's thinking and teach them about texture.
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## What Do you See at School? Worksheet

Have your kids give you a list of things they see at school. Then, view the worksheet together. Ask them to check the boxes next to the school items. Look for objects that can be found at school and those that don't belong. This is a great way to check their knowledge of what they see at school daily, except on weekends and holidays.
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## City Workers Community Helpers Worksheet

City workers help keep our communities clean, safe and well-run. They create and enforce rules and act as leaders. Use this worksheet with your child to learn more about the important roles they play. Check the pictures in the free PDF that accurately depict what they do.
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## Matching Shapes Worksheet

Introduce your students to the 4 most common shapes: squares, triangles, rectangles and circles. When they progress, show them other shapes like rhombuses and parallelograms. Use this matching shapes worksheet to help them match two identical shapes. Print out the worksheet and instruct them to draw lines connecting them.
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## Matching: Classifying Toys by Size Worksheet

. Have your young one's observation and counting skills ready for this worksheet; carefully look through the images and count the objects, then circle the plates with the least, most or equal number of patterns. Pay attention and have good counting abilities to make this task easy.
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## Word Matching Game Worksheet

Help your early reader develop prereading skills with this fun matching worksheet! Visual cues help them learn sight words, decode words in word families, and identify phonetic patterns. They'll practice discerning sounds past initial consonants while saying the name of the picture and finding the matching word - and reading at the same time!
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## Carnivores Worksheet

Boost their vocabulary and help them explore the incredible world of carnivores.
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## Hows the Weather Worksheet

Teaching kids about weather is a fun way to start science learning. This worksheet helps recognize symbols, literacy skills and make real world connections. Your child will love it!
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## Five Senses Printable

For an easy way to jumpstart your child's critical thinking and introduce the five senses, print our free worksheets! These are great for reviewing each sense and practicing critical thinking skills. Work with your child and discuss each image. After completing the worksheet, find objects around the house so they can quiz themselves!
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