Sorting kindergarten

Engage your kindergarten students with fun and educational sorting activities. Explore top ideas to teach sorting skills and promote cognitive development in young learners.
Maths Centres, Pre K, Literacy, Sorting Activities, Math Center, Math Classroom, Prek Math, Math Centers, Kindergarten Centers

Hi guys! Today I wanted to share with you my favourite lessons and resources for teaching sorting in Kindergarten! LESSONS: First of all here are my plans for sorting: You can click on the image above to download the plans in PDF for easy printing! On Day 1, I introduce our learning goal for sorting and define sorting: Then we practice sorting by colour! I prepare a bag of items and have the students sort them into hoola hoops. After the lesson I transferred them onto canvas to display as…

Renee Nesrallah
Categorizing and Sorting in Kindergarten Common Core Standards, Ideas, Pre K, Anchor Charts, Common Core, Teaching Kindergarten, Sorting Kindergarten, Preschool Math, Sorting Activities

One of the Common Core Standards for Kindergarten is to classify objects into categories and count the number of objects in each category. We begin our school year with this standard because it's an easy one that all the students can usually master. We actually begin by introducing our math manipulatives in exploring centers- I get out the different manipulatives and let the kids explore them. I've actually covered that here, if you want to see how I introduce math manipulatives and centers…

Sunny Vang
Sorting in Kindergarten Sorting, Maths Resources, Ideas, Sorting Mats, Sorting Kindergarten, Sorting Activities, Kindergarten Sorting Activities, Size Sorting, 1st Grade Math

One of the first big math units we teach at the beginning of the year is Sorting. I find that students naturally gravitate to sorting all kinds of things in the classroom on a daily basis anyways! For instance, they sort toys when cleaning up, place crayons by colour in the basket, blocks are sorted by size, etc. Whenever I teach sorting, I like to provide opportunities for students to tell me how they think we can form groups of similar things rather than just give them a sorting rule…

Shy Stew
Pre K, Maths Centres, Roman, Math Sorting Activities, Sorting Activities, Math Centers, Math Stations, Kindergarten Math Games, Math For Kids

Sorting is one of the first units covered in many early childhood classrooms. It is an essential skill for little ones to understand before many other math skills are developed. Little learners need to know what makes objects the same and different in order to understand the concept of sorting. Same and Different This may

Lim Choo
Sorting is a basic skill that all learners should develop, but does back to school have you struggling to create engaging sorting activities? Maths, Montessori, Pre K, Maths Centres, Math Sort, Math Methods, Math Centers, Math Classroom, Math Instruction

Sorting by attributes is a big fundamental skills taught in every early childhood classroom. Classifying and sorting is a unit that starts off math instruction for the school year. However, things like classroom management, getting to know your learners and other back to school craziness can take priority during the beginning of the school year.

Tara Deller
Color Sorting | Live, Laugh, I LOVE Kindergarten Montessori, Pre K, Color Sorting For Toddlers, Color Sorting Preschool, Color Sorting Activities, Sorting Colors, Color Activities Kindergarten, Color Activities For Toddlers, Color Sorting

Sorting is a fun activity to do and a great skill to have when in preschool and kindergarten. A good place to start when beginning to sort is with colors. Colors are everywhere and most likely you have colored objects around your class or house. A fun activity that I found all over Pinterest was a object color sort using objects around your house/classroom! We used our big lego blocks to sort by color. I laid out colored construction paper and we put the blocks on each paper to match the…

Mariela Leliz