Same and Different: Sort and Classify Zoo Animals in Preschool & Kindergarten.

Same and Different: Sort and Classify Zoo Animals in Preschool & Kindergarten.
Same and Different: Sort and Classify Zoo Animals in Preschool & Kindergarten.
Same and Different: Sort and Classify Zoo Animals in Preschool & Kindergarten.
Same and Different: Sort and Classify Zoo Animals in Preschool & Kindergarten.
Same and Different: Sort and Classify Zoo Animals in Preschool & Kindergarten.
Same and Different: Sort and Classify Zoo Animals in Preschool & Kindergarten.
Same and Different: Sort and Classify Zoo Animals in Preschool & Kindergarten.
Same and Different: Sort and Classify Zoo Animals in Preschool & Kindergarten.
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If you are working on same and different with your Preschool, Kindergarten, Autism or Special Education children, this game is for you! Use this simple sorting game to match outlines, or sort and classify zoo animals! Children need to fine tune their visual discrimination skills to see differences in shape, line, size, color and form. What is your sorting rule? Can you make a pattern? Tell me about it!

Same and Different: Sort and Classify Zoo Animals | Grades Preschool & Kindergarten (8 Zoo Animals x 8 colors)

ACTIVITIES
• Use visual discrimination skills to sort the animals by color, shape, size, direction, or other common features.
• Begin with teacher-directed tasks, or class demonstrations when learning how to sort. (Use one attribute, e.g. color or shape for an initial sort. Then add a second attribute, color and shape, etc.)
• Invite the children to play with the material, and think of their own sorting rule. Be aware of individual differences. Support and encourage the learning. After the sort ask, “What is your sorting rule?” Invite them to share their reasoning, “Tell me why this animal is here.” “Why did you use the bears?”

Encourage them to “think about their thinking.” Take opportunities to extend the learning.

CREATE AND EXTEND PATTERNS! (Use sentence strips to provide a visual line for the sequence.) e.g.
• a b a b a b
• aa bb aa bb aa bb
• abc abc abcabc
• abbc abbc abbc
• aabbc aabbc aabbc


Mathematical concepts and language learning… they all overlap!

Note: These sort and classify cards are available in a BUNDLE or as single units.
Same and Different: Sort and Classify BUNDLE
Same and Different: Birds
Same and Different: Cats
Same and Different: Dogs
Same and Different: Farm Animals
Same and Different: Sea Creatures
Same and Different: Woodland Animals

A great resource for early learners!

Check out more early literacy resources here!.

Have a great day!

Laurie
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