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Learning Opposites Big and Small!



What is it


A set of worksheets with different ways to teach and help children identify big and small. With the given prompts at the start, they will be able to apply the concept unto the worksheets. 


Teaching Objectives


  • Learn to read and understand the concept (big and small) 

  • Learn to read and follow instructions (colour, write, etc.)

  • Practice fine motor skills 

  • Practice colouring skills 

  • Sustaining attention for completing worksheets 





How to use

  • Read the instructions aloud with your child

  • Highlight the instructions to your child 

  • Use the prompts to teach and let your child understand what is required for them to do

  • Explain to your child what the worksheet is about - (e.g. Circle big, colour small, etc.)

  • Begin with the pages with prompts and proceed to the pages without prompts allowing your child to attempt independently




Teaching tips


  • Walk around your home/neighbourhood with your child and look for things that are big and small to help him/her generalise the concept better

  • Pair your worksheets with these videos to make the lesson more enjoyable for your child 


Here are some videos: 






Embed more learning opportunities

  • Receptive language – Ask your child to point to a picture (e.g. “Point to the big car/small ball”) 

  • Expressive language – Point to a picture and ask “What is this?



-Specially created by Our Special Story-



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