Where does it belong? Sorting Food Items Into Categories

Where does it belong? Sorting Food Items Into Categories
Where does it belong? Sorting Food Items Into Categories
Where does it belong? Sorting Food Items Into Categories
Where does it belong? Sorting Food Items Into Categories
Where does it belong? Sorting Food Items Into Categories
Where does it belong? Sorting Food Items Into Categories
Where does it belong? Sorting Food Items Into Categories
Where does it belong? Sorting Food Items Into Categories
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This matching and sorting activity is differentiated for four levels of learners. Each food category includes two levels of matching and two levels of sorting. The colors used for each food category coincide with the colors used in My Plate.

In general, laminating all of the pages, cutting out the matching/sorting pieces, and using Velcro works well for this activity! I recommend using clear Velcro over any pictures.

If you’d like pieces for each page, just print two copies of the pieces pages for each food category.

The levels of differentiation are:

Matching — with color frames
Matching — without color frames
Sorting — with color frames
Sorting — without color frames

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