In this sorting worksheet, students analyze 40 items in a box and sort them into 4 categories: numerals, symbols, upper case letters and lower case letters.
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Valentine Sorting Activity
Get that thinking cap on and engage your special ed or autistic learners in a fun sorting activity. This resource includes instructions and all printable materials needed to start sorting. They will sort colors blue and red, numbers 1,...
K - 6th Special Education & Programs
Lightest and Heaviest—Sorting Algorithms
How do computers sort data lists? Using eight unknown weights and a balance scale, groups determine the order of the weights from lightest to heaviest. A second worksheet provides the groups with other methods to order the weights. The...
3rd - 12th Math CCSS: Adaptable
Introduce Vocabulary: Sorting (Pluckrose)
Find guidance to introduce math vocabulary in context using Henry Pluckrose's book Sorting. This text is an excellent cross-curricular resource for budding readers. Before starting, review some new vocabulary words: collect, common,...
K - 3rd English Language Arts