Apples Sorting By Size and Color | Sorting Mats and Worksheets

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Do your kindergarten students need to practice sorting by color and size? Are you looking for a hands-on activity for a Fall math center? This apples-themed sorting resource has students practice sorting big and small apples by size and sorting by color with sorting mats and worksheets.

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What’s included

✓4 differentiated sorting sheets (2 in color, 2 in black and white)

    • 1st sheet shows “BIG and small”

    • 2nd sheet shows “BIG and small” and includes an image of an apple to show how to sort the cards.

✓ 2 sets of apple size cards, 1 set in color and 1 set in black and white.

Labels to place on paper bags or bins for students to sort.
✓ 2 differentiated sorting worksheets to cut, sort, and glue apples by size

    • 1st sheet shows “BIG and small”

    • 2nd sheet shows “BIG and small” and includes apple images to show size.

✓ Color Sorting Mats

    • 3 size options for all colors - red, orange, yellow, green, blue, purple

    - Full page mats, 1/2 page, and 1/4 page sizes

    • 1 sorting mat with 3 boxes in "apple colors" - red, yellow, and green

✓ 2 sets of rainbow-colored apple cards, bigger and smaller sizes. Black and white versions are also included.

Use this activity for a math station, extra practice, assessment, homework, and more!

❊ For more APPLE activities, click HERE!

❊ For more SORTING activities, click HERE!

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Directly compare two objects with a measurable attribute in common, to see which object has “more of”/“less of” the attribute, and describe the difference. For example, directly compare the heights of two children and describe one child as taller/shorter.

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