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    9 worksheets for young students! Each worksheet has 5 rows of pictures. In each row, students will need to find and color the picture that is different. Extend the learning by reviewing each worksheet with the student(s) after completion. Have them tell you why or how each picture is different? If the difference is positional, discuss. If the picture is something entirely different (such as a different type of fruit or vegetable), discuss what the items are and how they are the same and how are they different.

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  • Categories - Relationships
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    5 picture worksheets for young learners to ‘circle’ items that go with a given item.

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  • Insect and Creepy Crawlies Coloring Book
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    This resource is a print and go resource offering 18 coloring pages of insects plus a couple creepy crawlies! Each page has a large picture to color and the name of the ‘bug’ in font that are also ready to color.

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  • What does not belong? Early classification
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    Classification is one of the skills necessary for the acquisition and ordering of information for understanding. This important skill is most often thought of as a Math or Science skill but is actually used throughout all subjects. It is a vital ‘thinking’ skill and should be practiced from an early age!

    Here are 10 ‘What does not belong’ worksheets to help your early learners begin to practice and improve their ability to sort and classify.

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    Here is a FUN nature hunt that can be used by an individual student, a group of students or an entire family!

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  • Classification cards - things that are green
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    Give students the practice and reinforcement needed to master classification! This unit contains 56 colorful real picture cards and 16 classification categories!
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    Help early learners begin learning to classify through sorting shapes: circles, ovals, squares, rectangles and triangles.

    Shapes can be sorting by…

    • – shape only
    • – color (red, green, blue, yellow, orange)
    • – big or small

     

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    42 colorful animal flashcards

    Suggested uses:

    • – to learn animal names
    • – to learn classification (ex: sort by habitat, number of legs, mode of transport such as flying, running or swimming, etc)
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  • Learn to Classify cards and categories
    $9.99

    Help your students learn to classify by practicing this important skill using this resource offering 300 real picture cards and 36 different ways to classify!

    From simple color classification (Red, Orange, Yellow, Green, Blue, Purple, Pink and Brown) to more complex classification such as ‘Things that grow’ vs ‘Things that are born or hatch’…this unit offers plenty of colorful classification practice for PreK through 2nd grade!

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  • Animal Habitat Flannel Board Set
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    Help students learn to identify and classify animals by their habitat in which they live. This will be a fun Science activity for students as they sort animal cards among 4 habitats: Tundra, Desert, Ocean and Rain Forest. Great for a Science Center as well as using for a cooperative group activity!

    Includes: 27 animal cards / 4 habitat scene cards

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  • March activites for Preschool - Prek
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    Students will be cutting, tracing, coloring, gluing, counting, learning numbers and letters, sorting, classifying and even singing with this 68 page March / St. Patrick’s Day themed activities unit for early learners!

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    This resource makes a fun, science center for early learners who are just learning to use a magnifying glass!

    Students will match cards (one with a large picture and one with a very small picture) using a magnifying glass. There are three sets of picture cards (12 matches in each set). Set categories: transportation, living things, fruit.

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    This worksheet has been designed for students to complete after taking a walk! While they walk, remind them of their senses (specifically hearing, seeing, smelling and touching). Once the walk is over, students will complete this worksheet by drawing pictures of what they experienced through those four senses.

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    4 colorful worksheets for young learners learning to find relationships – classify! Students will cut out pictures and glue them under a given picture ‘if’ they belong!

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