Learn Kindergarten Colors with Sorting Mats
These FREE Color Sorting Mats are a fun, hands on activity to help toddler, preschool, and kindergarten age kids practice identifying colors.
Living and Nonliving Sort Freebie
This cute little sort can be used whole group or in small group to sort pictures of living things and non living things. Black and white and color included. :) Enjoy!
At play with mittens like the Three Little Kittens
Literacy extension activities reinforce learning and help books come alive in the classroom! We read the wonderful book "The Three Little Kittens" by Paul Galdone. In this book, the kittens do everything in their mittens which leads to missing mittens and soiled mittens and gets mama a little upset. We continued to build on the story
Cookie Jar Colors Activity
Our Cookie Jar Color activity helps children learn colors, sorting, and matching. This activity focuses on 9 different colors – red, pink, orange, yellow, green, blue, purple, black, and brown. Perfect for preschool, prek, and early childhood math and literacy.
Animal Habitat Sort - The Stem Laboratory
If my kids had to pick a science topic they love the most, it would hands-down be learning about animals. Which is why I love starting our animal habitat lesson with this fun picture sort. It is a great way to introduce kids to animal habitats. Scroll below to download the freebie and then swish […]
Sorting in Kindergarten with a FREEBIE | Creative Kindergarten
We have just finished up our unit on sorting and it is always my favourite math strand to cover. It gives us an opportunity to use a variety of fun manipulatives, and explore different materials. Here are a few of our centers, make sure you go all the way to the end to find the… Continue reading Sorting in Kindergarten with a FREEBIE
Sorting Activities for Little Learners - Mrs. Jones Creation Station
Sorting is a basic skill that all learners should develop, but does back to school have you struggling to create engaging sorting activities?
Sorting Math Centers | Easy Print and Prep Kindergarten Activities
Hands-on math activities to build students' sorting skills. Students explore how to sort and classify objects based on their attributes. Keep students engaged in their learning with these fun math centers.Easy Print and Prep: Simply print out the works mats, cut if needed, and laminate or put in pro...
Four Seasons Sorting Activity Free Printable
FREE printable sorting activity featuring the Four Seasons. Great for preschoolers to do in the Spring, Summer, Fall, or Winter!
Easy Sensory Bins for Preschoolers! | Just Destiny
My little girl went back to preschool this week! She was super excited to see her friends, her teachers and just be back in the classroom. She’s one that loves school and that makes things so much easier! This month Michaels asked it’s makers to make something for the classroom and teachers and since our […]
Category Turkeys FREEBIE
Grab this free speech therapy item just in time for Thanksgiving. I've updated my Turkey Categories game! Students should sort the feathers with items onto the correct category bird. First your students can sort turkey feathers onto the correct category bird. Next, I have them use the word in a sen...
Feed the LEGO Monsters: A Sorting and Building Game for Kids - Toddler Approved
Several years ago we created a Feed the Monster game out of a cardboard box that was a hit with my kids. This week for LEGO WEEK we decided to adapt it a bit and use LEGO bricks for “food.” Our Feed the LEGO Monsters activity is a simple color sorting and building game for kidsContinue Reading
Free Printable Sorting Activities - The Activity Mom
Children of all ages benefit from sorting activities. Sorting stimulates the brain and positively impacts logical thinking skills and mathematical concepts.