This PDF is part five of a series that can be used to create a compete set of materials that will cover comprehensive mathematical development for children ages 3 - 6. Each concept will have corresponding activities. Before using, cards should be printed onto card stock, cut, and laminated. To create controls (to allow children to self-check), materials can be printed twice and cut only once.
Concepts should be introduced and activities modeled, (Show children how to complete). Next concepts should be reintroduced and child asked to try on their own while adult helps/guides and gives feedback. Finally children should complete activities independently and then check their work. If you have any questions about how to use these materials, please feel free to contact me.
THIS PDF CONTAINS ONLY CONCEPT FIVE: COMPARING, CLASSIFYING, SORTING.
Concept One: Counting (1 - 20)
Concept Two: Number Recognition and Number Sense
Concept Three: Seriation/Ordering
Concept Four: Sequencing and Patterning
Concept Five: Comparing, Classifying, and Sorting
Concept Six: Spatial Relationships
Concept Seven: Measuring
Concept Eight: Time
Concept Nine: Predicting (Cause and Effect Relationships)
Concept Ten: Problem Solving