Thanks so much for viewing my Critter’N ELA and Math Sorts. This packet is designed to offer a fun and engaging way to practice literacy and math skills. You will be able to use these sorting centers as a supplement to your whole-group lesson and/or as an independent center option. To prep the centers, simply print the two sorting mats, the two pages of cards and then cut these cards individually. You will then print out the matching recording sheet. The students will need to have a pencil, crayons, scissors and glue.
How many critter sort centers are included?
- 16 ELA sort centers
- 16 ELA follow-up cut and glue practice sheets
- 16 math sort centers
- 16 math follow-up cut and glue practice sheets
What skills are covered?
- The students will work on clipping letters of the alphabet, sounds (beginning, digraphs, blends, vowels and more), CVC words, CVCe words, syllables, segmentation sounds, punctuation, compound words and more!
ELA Sort 1: B/D
ELA Sort 2: M/N
ELA Sort 3: Rhyming Pairs
ELA Sort 4: th
ELA Sort 5: sh
ELA Sort 6: ch
ELA Sort 7: Short a
ELA Sort 8: Short i
ELA Sort 9: Short u
ELA Sort 10: Short e
ELA Sort 11: Short o
ELA Sort 12: Long a
ELA Sort 13: Long i
ELA Sort 14: Long u
ELA Sort 15: Long o
ELA Sort 16: Letters vs Non letters
Math Sort 1: Combos that equal 5
Math Sort 2: Combos that equal 10
Math Sort 3: Ways to make 5
Math Sort 4: Ways to make 6
Math Sort 5: Ways to make 7
Math Sort 6: Ways to make 8
Math Sort 7: Ways to make 9
Math Sort 8: Ways to make 10
Math Sort 9: Equations that equal 5
Math Sort 10: Equations that equal 6
Math Sort 11: Equations that equal 7
Math Sort 12: Equations that equal 8
Math Sort 13: 2D shapes
Math Sort 14: 3D shapes
Math Sort 15: Counting sets that equal 5
Math Sort 16: Counting sets that equal 10
Tell me more!
Each of the sorts comes with its own sorting cut and glue practice sheet. This is a great way to show student mastery of the independent center. Students can complete the practice sheet at the end of the center.
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