More Same and Different
This is another series of simple exercises to develop kindy kids discrimination ability, following on from the short introductory freebie, Same and Different. This time, there are 90 two item sets. As before, if both drawings in the set are the same, the children should color them the same color. lf they are different, they should make them different colors.
If these worksheets are laminated and children use a non-permanent marker they could be used over and over
If printed on card the worksheet pages could be cut into individual cards and the children could play a memory game with them.
If your class enjoyed doing these, why not try our other introductory freebie Fun with Drawing, designed to give kids practice at pencil control, learning to reproduce given drawings, step by step and coloring carefully?
Having Fun with Shapes is another similar set of exercises which introduces triangle, squares, circles, ovals and rectangles in a fun way.