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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This resource will help Kindergarten students learn letters, letter sounds (phonics), numbers, number words, counting, shapes and more while they practice fine motor skills and handwriting. After students complete this 96 page workbook, they will be ready for morning work – semester 2!
* These pages can also be used for preschool and k4 students with a little help from a teacher or parent *
4 – Fourth of July coloring pages to celebrate Independence Day in the U.S.A!
#1 – Happy 4th of July with cute flag
#2 – God Bless the USA
#3 – One Nation Under God
#4 – United States Flag
Fun, hands-on phonics sorting activity!
This resource includes 20 pages (20 consonants) of picture cards. Students will sort picture cards according to the sounds.
– Mix and match.
– Use in centers or for individual work.
– Preschool through Kindergarten
Teaching rhyming words aids in teaching early literacy skills like phonemic awareness and fluency development. When children learn to rhyme, it helps them develop the ability to break words down into smaller parts like puzzle pieces.
This resource teaches 30 rhyming words through picture flashcards and 8 easy matching worksheets.