# Sorting (Kindergarten)

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Ideas for sorting in kindergarten

What's Super Tot working on this week? Number Recognition I separated all of the 1-5 tiles from the game Sumoku. There are twelve of each. I drew dots onto post-it notes and placed them on the container. Super Tot will place each number tile into the correct section. Sound Matching This is an activity we've done before, but it is a favorite. There are 8 eggs in each color, filled with various objects (rice, beans, beads, etc.). Super Tot is to shake the eggs and match them up by sound. As he…

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Royal and Logi-Bear are working on 1:1 correspondence, counting, numbers, etc. I wanted to create … Counting Tubes Read More »

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The season is beginning to change around here — hallelujah! There is nothing better in Phoenix then saying goodbye to summer. The one downside to the changing weather is my little ones have caught the sniffles. Piper was home sick from school the past couple days so I created a worksheet to go along with...

Students cut , glue, and sort the images based on one of the three rules for classification: sorting by size, sorting by shape, and sorting by color. In addition to sorting buttons by their number of holes. I use these pages as independent practice. Also, they make a great assessment tool as well a...

This bundle of Back to School activities is everything you need to create a fun and memorable start to the year, whether you are meeting your students in person or virtually. It’s full of engaging activities your students will love and will give you the confidence of knowing you are providing them with meaningful resources […]

Students cut , glue, and sort the images based on one of the three rules for classification: sorting by size, sorting by shape, and sorting by color. In addition to sorting buttons by their number of holes. I use these pages as independent practice. Also, they make a great assessment tool as well a...

Since we’ve been talking a lot about colors in our house, I thought we would do one more rainbow activity. Making necklaces out of fruit loops was a great way to sort colors and work on fine motor skills! We started by sorting the fruit loops by putting each one into their matching color bowl. …

Kindergarten centers Sort, count, tally, analyze

A blog about a Kindergarten classroom.