Sort and Classify: Forms of Transportation
In this sorting and classifying activity, students sort forms of transportation into 3 groups, based on a single characteristic.
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Sorting and Classifying Worksheet
In this sorting and classifying worksheet, students read the names of 12 forms of transportation. Students sort these forms of transportation into two groups based on a single characteristic. The groups will be of the student's own...
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