I’ve included 4 different sorting cards, so you have the ability to sort 2, 3, 4, or 5 different items (or multiples of those by doubling up and putting 2 pages in a file folder). All of the pictures and header cards can be used for any of the sorting cards. In my classroom, I printed 2 copies of the picture cards so I could create different sorting tasks.
You have header cards for people, boys, girls, toys, sports, plants, animals, clothing, shirts, pants, shoes, hats, red, yellow, blue, green, orange, grey, and brown. None of the picture cards or headers have titles, so your student doesn’t have to be able to read to be able to complete the sorting tasks.
One of my students has IEP goals of sorting 2, 3, 4, and 5 items, and so we printed some of the sort cards onto cardstock and laminated (sorting 3 and 5 items), and others we glued into file folders (sorting 2 and 4 items). You can put two of the 2 sort pages into a file folder to sort 4 items. We keep a few labeled bags of the header and picture cards so our student can sort different things using the same set-up. They are able to generalize and sort different things, but know what the same expectation is.