The following worksheets teach your pre-k students to identify and connect items that are similar.

#### When you're teaching students about finding a connection between objects, you need to make them first understand the visual prospects of them. In other words, you have to build intuition to analyze the common aspects of two objects. For instance, if you're provided with two boxes, they know that the most common thing between them is their shapes. But there are other aspects which are not common, such as the color of the boxes, or the design patterns on them. Now that you have made them understand the common shapes between objects, the next step is to understand the characteristics. In this case, try to give them a homework assignment and tell them about different objects which can serve as a single purpose. For instance, tell them to identify objects which they sit on. They can use a bed, a sofa, or a chair for sitting purposes.

We find that some preschool teachers and homeschoolers resist exploring the concept of connecting the dots with their students or children. Connecting the dots is a brilliant way to review counting, drawing, and even penmanship skills in a single worksheet. Students should start by viewing the entire scene from a distance to give them a good idea of where they should go with it. These worksheets explain how to connect items that are similar in appearance, function, or association. Activities include connect-the-dot puzzles, circling, drawing lines, and more.

# Matching Worksheets

## 1 to 10 Dot to Dot (Face) Worksheet

Join the dots from 1 to 10 to make a figure. The picture formed is a face.

## (Shoe) Practice

Same skill, but the picture formed is a shoe.

## (Star) Worksheet

Students will connect the dots. The picture formed is a star.

## (Bell) Practice

We work more on putting these ten dots together to form a bell.

## (Elephant) Worksheet

One of my favorites. Bring the elephant to life.

## (Horse) Practice

The horse is just missing the front of his body.

## One to One Lesson

The dog is feeling very hungry. Feed him with a bone. There is one dog and it loves to chew a bone, so we join both with a line.

## Lesson and Practice

Feed each rat with one piece of cheese. There are two rats and we have to feed each of them with just one piece of cheese. Therefore, we draw ONLY 1 line from each rat to each piece of cheese. Draw a line from the animal to their home.

## Worksheet

Students will make an appropriate one-to-one match of the pictures. Ten problems are provided.

## Practice

Make a one-to-one match of pictures that belong together. Ten problems are provided.

## Drill

Students will see their ability in making appropriate one-to-one matches of the pictures. Eight problems are provided.

## Warm Up

This is an awesome way to introduce it. Three problems are provided.

## Matching Lesson

Look at the number written on the board above. It is also the same as the number of objects given on the board. Here 2 is written on the board and also the number of objects i.e. parrots are also 2. Trace the given number.

## Lesson and Practice

Trace each number word. Look at the number written in words on the board on left. It is also the same as the number of objects given at the bottom of the board. Here five is written on the board and also the number of objects i.e. bags is also five. Trace the given number word.

## Worksheet

Students will match a group of objects with the correct number that describes them. Ten problems are provided.

## Practice

Circle the number that shows how many objects are present in each row.

## Drill

We will see the ability of our students with matching a group of objects with the correct number that describes them. Eight problems are provided.

## Warm Up

An excellent way to either review or introduce these topics.

## Matching Pairs Lesson

Two shoes that look alike make pair. Choose the object that looks like the object shown in the box, and circle it. In the given problem, the third object (from left, of the object in the box) looks alike as the object (Shoe) in box so we will circle this object.

## Lesson and Practice

Choose the object that looks like the object shown in the box and circle it.

## Worksheet

Choose the object that looks like the object in middle and cross it out.

## Practice

Match the object on the left side to its appropriate pair on the right side.

## Drill

Some parts in our body appear in pairs. Match the body part on left side with the body part on right side that to form a pair.

## Warm Up

Students will match identical objects in a group. Three problems are provided.

## Lesson

Students will learn how to match numbers. A sample problem is solved.

## Lesson and Practice

Students will review how to match numbers. A sample problem is solved and two practice problems are provided.

## Match Me Worksheet

Students will match numbers in objects with the same number on the page. Ten problems are provided.

## Practice

Students will practice matching numbers in objects with the same number on the page. Ten problems are provided.

## Drill

Students will gain proficiency matching numbers in objects with the same number on the page. Eight problems are provided.

## Warm Up

Students will match numbers in objects with the same number on the page. Three problems are provided.