Make Them the Same
Aligned To Common Core Standard:
Precursor to Kindergarten - K.MD.B.3
How to Spot Things That Are Not The Same - Time and again, we have come across problems that involve more than one object. When you have a set of objects, or when you have a bunch of things, it is not necessary that all of them turn out to be the same. While many of those objects could be the same, but it's not possible every time. This is the time when you might get confused. Most people can quickly spot things that are a little in the group. But most of the time, due to lack of attention and focus, we take a little longer to spot out things that are different in a group. If you are one of the students who find difficulty in spotting out things that are not the same; here's a little help for you with that. 1. Carefully look at the objects/things in the group. 2. Analyze them carefully and look for the obvious differences. 3. If you can't find the obvious differences, then look for small differences in things like shape or size. With the above-mentioned tricks, you will be able to spot the differences quicker than you think. These worksheets can be used to compare and contrast visual images and then teach students to add missing parts.
Printable Worksheets and Lessons
- Tea Kettles: Step-by-Step Lesson- What is not the same about the images? Draw what ever you need to, to make them the same.
- Guided Worksheet - Find differences in beach balls, witches caldrons, and flowers.
- Guided Explanation - This is the first 2-part math skill that students will encounter.
- Independent Practice Worksheet - Two are the same, one is not. Find the impostor!
- Matching Worksheet - It's circle time. Find all the items that are the same.
Some teachers think that this is a skill students should learn in art. I thought that for a long time, until I started teaching Geometry.
- Lesson 1 - There is one difference between the 2 cups. One has a handle. Draw the missing handle of the second cup to make it look like the first cup.
- Lesson 2 - There is one difference between the 2 pencils. The first pencil has a lines running down them. Draw the missing lines on the second pencil.
- Lesson 3 - Now, draw 8 circles next to each number. Then, color them in.
All of these worksheets cover skills that integrate this skill with other standards.
- Practice 1 - Make In the following problems, make the second image the same as the first image.
- Practice 2 - Draw 8 squares and fill them with color.
- Practice 3 - Color in the objects in each set. Then, count the total number of objects in each set.
- Practice 4 - Draw 3 less circles than are in this image.