Spot All the Differences
Aligned To Common Core Standard:
Precursor to Kindergarten - K.MD.A.2
How Do You Spot Differences Between Two Pictures? Spotting differences between two pictures can be a confusing task; given that such problems are usually tough to solve. However, you must take a friend with you and resolve this fun puzzle by following the below-mentioned steps. Firstly, you need to identify one of the pictures and memorize most of its detail. It's true that you cannot memorize everything. But try to store as much information as possible. Now afterwards, with the help of your friend, start observing the other picture. Now, you have to look at each picture thoroughly. Take a pen with you and when you start to identify the differences, circle them so that you can count how many differences were there in both pictures. This exercise is extremely healthy for your mind, and you should solve more of these puzzles to get better at them. After you've learned how the puzzle works, you can try solving those puzzles without anyone's help. These worksheets and lessons help students learn to compare two images and find any difference between them.
Printable Worksheets and Lessons
- Matching Winter Landscapes: Step-by-Step Lesson- As soon as I remember too, I will add more pages like this, that print well in black and white.
- Guided Worksheet - For number 2, look closely.
- Guided Explanation - I tried to number them all, but the color versions didn't come out well.
- Independent Practice Worksheet - This is one of my favorites. My grandkids truly love it.
- Matching Worksheet - This is more of a reading activity than a math activity.
We learn how to use grids and quadrants to find differences.
- Lesson 1 - I find that the best strategy is to break the pictures into a grid and compare them 1 square at a time.
- Lesson 2 - Here are some differences between both of the pictures pointed out in the explanation portion of the lesson.
- Lesson 3 - Grid that bad boy again.
We ask students to verbalize or write the changes that they see between images.
- Practice 1 - Number the differences that you can find.
- Practice 2 - Spot all the differences between the pictures.
- Practice 3 - Circle all the differences that you can find.
- Practice 4 - Mark the differences that you can find with numbers.
- Practice 5 - A nice scene to compare things in.
- Practice 6 - Two silly dinosaurs.