Big or Small and Empty or Full? Worksheet

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When young mathematicians are exposed to familiar pictures to reinforce subjective concepts like big and small and empty and full, they're more able to differentiate and identify objects that meet those definitions. This colorful Worksheet uses fun pictures that are familiar to early learners to help give tangible representations to measurement concepts that are often subjective.

Required skills:
To resolve this worksheet, students should be able to identify and compare objects based on their size and capacity. They should also be able to recognize and understand the meaning of the words "big", "small", "empty", and "full". Additionally, students should be able to describe and explain the differences between the objects shown in the pictures.