Classifying and Sorting Objects
In this classifying learning exercise, students study the three objects and then tell how they are alike. Students write color size, or shape on the line. Students then draw three socks and tell how they are alike and different.
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Sorting Based on Character Traits
Characters from a story can be sorted by their traits, just like shapes or objects can. First the children list several character traits on a chart, they read a familiar story, and then sort the characters by their friendly or unfriendly...
1st English Language Arts CCSS: Designed
Sorting and Classifying Concrete Objects by Varying Attributes
First graders examine how to sort concrete objects by their attributes. For this sorting lesson, 1st graders listen to Gray Rabbit's Odd One Out by Alan Baker, and discuss the actions of the main character. They practice sorting objects...