Ready, Set, Sort!

This page is for our Kindergarten class to learn how to identify the categories that items should be sorted in! This lesson is derived from this ELA Common Core Standard: CCSS.ELA-LITERACY.L.K.5.A- Sort common objects into categories (e.g., shapes, foods) to gain a sense of the concepts the categories represent.

Learning Objective: Students will create a flip-book as a table group that puts food into categories with less than two mistakes per page.

Step One: Watch this video on sorting apples! Click play!

Step Two: Examine the picture below! Discuss with your table what categories you can put this food into!

Click here for a visual of shapes, colors and sizes sorted into categories!

Click here a video of sorted shapes and colors!

Step Three: Each person at the table pick a category of your choice that you discussed.

Need help? Click here for a list of possible categories!

Step Four: On the blank paper given to you, write "By: (your name)" on the bottom. Then draw and color the food of your chosen category above that.

Need to see an example? Click here!

Step Five: After your table is finished drawing raise your hand and the teacher will come by to staple your pages together!

Rubric for the assignment

You just made a flip-book of categories!

Credits:

Created with images by Henra - "crayons heart love" • MrsPigg - "fruit bowl vegetables fruits"

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