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Do you love and use anchor charts as much as I do? Then you are going to love these 60+ Must Make Kindergarten Anchor Charts! Why anchor charts in Kindergarten? I use anchor charts almost every day a
elizabeth chapman saved to school
Sorting is a basic skill that all learners should develop, but does back to school have you struggling to create engaging sorting activities?
Tara Deller saved to Colors/Shapes
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…
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Reinforce sorting skills with these hands-on math centers. Sort by rules, and use different materials with these kindergarten sorting activities.
Laura Curtis saved to Measurement & Data
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...
Sarah Bonham saved to Teaching
DIY Montessori Sensorial Sorting loose parts activity for preschoolers and kindergarteners improves classifying, counting and patterning skills.
Magnetic letter sorting is an easy, hands-on way to teach the alphabet. Includes free printable magnetic letter sorting mats.
Amber Mlcak saved to Alphabet activities
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…
Maria Becerra saved to Sorting
If you do a unit or week(s) on apples, then this post is for you! Check out 10+ Apple Activities for the Kindergarten classroom!
Shannon Duncan saved to Letter A
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Cynthia Cates saved to anchor charts