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Thin, Thinner, Thinnest

Width and depth measurement worksheets for children ages 3-5.

Thin, thinner, thinnest are words used to measure the distance between two surfaces, i.e. depth or width. In this page we want your child to learn how to compare the difference in either depth or width of various objects. Below is a marker pen, ranging in size from thin to thinnest. Explain to your child the concept of thin, thinner and thinnest. Remember that many objects can be "thinner", but only one object can be the "thinnest".

Work through the short exercises and the printable worksheet below.



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Tick the Thinnest

Below are four mushrooms where the stalk ranges from thin to thinnest. This is an example of width. Ask your child to tick the box directly under the tree that is the thickest.

Thin, Thinner, Thinnest - Width and Depth Measurement Worksheets

Below are four perfume bottles where the bottle ranges from thin to thinnest. This is an example of width. Ask your child to tick the box directly under the bottle that is the thinnest.

Thin, Thinner, Thinnest - Width and Depth Recognition Worksheets

Below are three slices of cake where the width of the cake ranges from thin to thinnest. Ask your child to tick the slice of cake that is the thinnest.

Interactive Thin, Thinner, Thinnest Worksheets


Printable Thin, Thinner, Thinnest Worksheet

Printable Thin, Thinner, Thinnest Worksheet for Preschool Children

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Print out the worksheet on the left hand side.

The worksheet has three different objects, a brush, a tree and a castle tower. Ask your child to draw a thinner version of each object.




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