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Free worksheets for identifying and sorting shapes by a variety of attributes including; color, size, shape, thickness and more. Great for early learning math skills.
Deanna Hayes saved to shapes
Check out this link for a free color sorting mat to help teach colors to toddlers.
This post shares a fruit loop sorting mat and other fun activities for toddlers that are focused on the colors of the rainbow.
Denise Paul saved to Preschool
Description Sorting is an essential skill that students need to learn in their early education years. With this set of emotions sorting mats, students can sort 80 different pictures by emotion (10 shape mats, 8 different sorting pieces per mat). What emotions are included? Happy Sad Angry Scared Sick Tired Nervous Surprised Silly Embarrassed How do I use this in my classroom? I print on white cardstock, laminate, cut out and add Velcro. During center time or during "free" time, these sorting…
Jean saved to Toddler quiet book
These printable Color Sorting Mats are a fun, hands on activity to help toddler, preschool, and kindergarten age kids practice identifying colors.
Amy Jacquemotte saved to Center Ideas
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
Farm Animals Sorting Mats (w/Real Photos) - $4.00 : File Folder Games at File Folder Heaven - Printable, hands-on fun!
These Farm Animals Sorting Mats w/ Real Photos include 8 unique sorting mats that focus on identifying farm animals and non-identical sorting or matching. At an independent workstation, center or language group, students complete the sorting mats by ide
Teach early learners to recognize shapes all around them with these preschool shape sorting activity mats! Great for reusing at centers or in morning tubs!
Planes&Balloons saved to Teaching shapes
Wow. After this last summer, I didn't think I could take a one month break from blogging... but look at me. I did. This last month has been ...
Barbara Nickles saved to preschool ideas
This week we worked on sorting objects into sets. We sorted by size, color and shape. We sorted buttons by size... We sorted letters by color... We sorted attribute blocks by shape... You can get these simple sorting mats in my Teachers Pay Teachers Store.
Janette Woodall saved to Janette's Preschool