Looking for resources for living and nonliving things? This blog post gives you some ideas and has posters, mini-reader, and sorting activity for your preschool/KG class- you could even use if for first grade! #livingnonlivingunit #elementaryscience
A bunch of things to know about dementia Working with sensorial materials allows children to classify the things around them. Completing these types of sorting activities will ultimately prepare them for reading and mathematics.
Kitchen and Bedroom Sorting: The student selects a photograph of an object from the right and places it on either the Kitchen image or the Bedroom image, in the appropriate place (i. the jug of milk on the fridge, the picture of the bed on the bed, etc.
A Place Called Kindergarten: math.love this as a center for sorting shapes! (Could also make shape mats all white or black so the children are only using the shape without the color cues after they master it with colors)