Free Printable Spring Same and Different Worksheets

Practice visual discrimination skills with your little learners using these Spring Same and Different Worksheets. These engaging and hands-on preschool worksheets are perfect for teaching your preschoolers and kindergartners important early learning skills.

collage of spring same and different worksheets with text: Spring Preschool Worksheets Free Printable Same or DifferentI’m super excited to share something totally new with you today. These Spring Same and Different Worksheets are perfect for exploring similarities and differences in a fun, Spring-themed way! And of course, we can’t forget about the adorable spring clip art!

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These no-prep printables feature two sets of visual discrimination activities. First, your preschoolers will be coloring the two items that are the same in each group. After that, your little learners can practice coloring the item that is different in each group.

Visual Discrimination skills are important for preschoolers and these same or different worksheets make it easy. Just print and go!

These same and different worksheets for preschool are a great way to make learning fun. Practice coloring objects that are the same or different using these free printable preschool worksheets.

Keep reading to get your own spring same or different worksheets today!

What is Visual Discrimination

Visual discrimination basically just means that your little learners can notice similarities and differences between objects, which is a really important skill as they begin learning to read and write.

After all, the letters b and d and even p look very similar. If a child can’t distinguish one from another, they’ll struggle with reading words that contain those letters.

They might mix up words like bat and pat or day and pay. Children may also struggle to differentiate between other similar letters, for example, a and d, n and h, and s and z.

Why is Visual Discrimination Important

That’s why practicing visual discrimination is so important. Imagine trying to read without being able to differentiate letters. It would be incredibly difficult, maybe even impossible, to comprehend what you were reading.

These same and different worksheets give your little learners a fun way to practice visual discrimination while also strengthening fine motor skills.

Each of these no-prep printables encourages your preschoolers to color the objects according to the instructions, which means an engaging and hands-on way to improve your little learners’ visual discrimination skills.

Spring Same and Different Worksheets

There are four Spring Same and Different Worksheets included.

Keep in mind that all preschoolers do things in their own time and on their own terms. What one is ready for, another might not be. Please use your best mama judgement when planning activities for your little kids.

I hope you enjoy using these free printable spring preschool worksheets with your little kids as much as I enjoyed creating them with mine.

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collage of spring same and different worksheets with text: Spring Preschool Worksheets Free Printable Same or Different


  1. Hi Julie! Yep! It’s always in the same place. All of the free printables have a box to enter your name and email with a picture of the printable. Once you’ve entered your information, just click confirm in the email you receive and the download pops up. It won’t subscribe you twice! Hope that helps!

  2. Good morning. I struggle with finding WHERE to click to download your offered FREE printable each week. Can you help me figure this out? Is it always in the same place? I love your work, but often can never find where I can download it?
    Thanks so much.

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