Fairy Tale Worksheet: Let's Compare

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One important skill for preschoolers is how to recognize different sizes of pictures and objects in their world. Size worksheets for preschoolers help little learners to do just that. This worksheet combines your child’s favorite fairy tales with essential practice that will help your child differentiate between sizes.
By completing this worksheet, your child will:
• Read (with help) and follow directions;
• Practice problem solving skills;
• Sort through the pictures to choose the correct answer. 
Your child will love the vivid images of his or her favorite fairy tales, and will be excited to complete this worksheet. Feel free to extend your child’s learning by talking about the fairy tales on the page to work his or her comprehension skills!


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