12 Pom Pom math centers - Numbers and quantities to 20, 2D shapes, patterns, sorting, more/less, addition, subtraction and more! Hands-on fun your students will love! Easy setup and clean up.

Math Centers - 12 Pom Pom Math Centers

Working on learning colors? Just add a little glue and you have a free hands on color sorting printable!

Color Sorting Printable Activity

FREE Color sorting printable for toddlers and preschoolers perfect for learning colors, increasing vocabulary, promoting language and speech development.

FREE printable sorting activity featuring the Four Seasons. Great for preschoolers to do in the Spring, Summer, Fall, or Winter!

Four Seasons Sorting Activity Free Printable

Sorting things by texture- read Lois Ehlert, Simms Taback books to talk about texture in illustrations, etc.

Classify objects into given categories; Sorting things by texture- read Lois Ehlert, Simms Taback books to talk about texture in illustrations, etc.

Hi guys! Today I wanted to share with you my favourite lessons and resources for teaching sorting in Kindergarten! LESSONS: First...

Today I wanted to share with you my favourite lessons and resources for teaching sorting in Kindergarten! LESSONS: First.

Attributes and Sorting Fun!!

To kick off my geometry unit, I always focus first on attributes! To have some fun & get the children "hooked", I read A Lost Button in Fr.

Grab Sort and Graph is such a fun math center - kids just grab a handful, make it into a bar graph, and record the graph they grabbed! Love!

Grab Sort and Graph is such a fun math center - kids just grab a handful, make it into a bar graph, and record the graph they grabbed!

This Shapes Sort freebie is absolutely perfect for an independent or small group math center.

Shapes Sort

I have close to thirty pocket charts with all different shapes, sizes, and purposes. One of my favorite things is having students do pocket chart centers during literacy and math rotations.

The possibilities are endless!! This activity is great for fine-motor development, color recognition, sorting, pattern making, and anything else

Maybe use fruit loops? The possibilities are endless! This activity is great for fine-motor development, color recognition, sorting, pattern making, and anything else

Sorting by Shapes Math Center ~ Great for the first week of school!  (Free idea.)

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)

Sorting letters by their physical characteristics is a great way for young learners to attend to the shapes of letters {101 Ways to Teach the Alphabet} || Gift of Curiosity

Sorting Letters by their Physical Characteristics {101 Ways to Teach the Alphabet

Sorting letters by their physical characteristics is a great way for young learners to attend to the shapes of letters 101 Ways to Teach the Alphabet Gift of Curiosity

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