If you have more than one child you probably have already heard "his is bigger than mine!" or "mine is smaller" or several other versions. You might also thing - "nailed it! this is one thing my kid already knows!"
And other parents would (and probably do) nod and laugh. Believe it or not this is a great skill to learn, and it helps with reading comprehension too, because it builds context.
Finding the smallest, or the largest is a fun way to practice observation and context skills, especially when things look very similar. Yes, just like the pizza slices they argue over.
Also, sorting and putting things in order smallest to largest, or largest to smallest is a great learning game.
Until next time, take care of you!
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