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## Sorting - CCSS K.MD.B.3

An adult might need to read instructions to Kindergarten students for the activities below

 1. Bert's Bottle Caps. Click Image to Enlarge Help Bert sort the bottle caps into categories.  SEE MORE 2. Coins Game. Click Image to Enlarge It has three game modes. The first activity, Sorting, helps children to recognize the different coins. This game does well on an interactive whiteboard.  SEE MORE 3. Color Game. Click Image to Enlarge This color game for preschool and kindergarten helps young kids learn how to sort orange, blue, red, green and yellow objects. The game has audio instructions and fun animations and sound to keep learning fun. SEE MORE 4. Datalien Theme Park. Click Image to Enlarge To score big and win some very attractive prizes, you are required to sort objects from the floating tube by shape or color. First, study the question given. Then, start sorting the objects out into piles of two by tapping on the left or right buttons. Tapping the direction buttons will drop the objects into separate containers. (Scroll down to the bottom to access the game.) SEE MORE 5. Fuzz Bugs. Click Image to Enlarge A fun activity for Pre K & Kindergarten children to practice counting, sorting, and comparing. Kids will interact with funny little Fuzz Bugs to complete several tasks that include: categorizing by color, counting to ten, least to most, left, right, top and bottom. SEE MORE 6. Same Number of Things - Equal Groups. Click Image to Enlarge Drag the group on the left to the group that has the same number of things.  SEE MORE 7. Sort It Out. Click Image to Enlarge Help sort the objects by placing them in the correct bins.  SEE MORE 8. Sort the Bugs. Click Image to Enlarge Choose "Sort into the Jar". Grab the bugs and place them in the correct jar. SEE MORE 9. Sort Triangles. Click Image to Enlarge Sort triangles and other shapes. SEE MORE 10. Sorting and Counting for Kids. Click Image to Enlarge A 5 minute video lesson on sorting and counting objects. SEE MORE 11. Sorting Spring. Click Image to Enlarge Sort flowers into the buckets to match in this kindergarten comparison game. SEE MORE 12. Symmetry Sorting. Click Image to Enlarge Sort pictures, shapes and letters into symmetrical and non-symmetrical sets. The pictures have vertical lines of symmetry while the shapes and letters include both vertical and horizontal lines of symmetry. SEE MORE 13. Venn Diagram Shape Sorter. Click Image to Enlarge There are two ways to play this activity. At the left side of the screen you can choose to play either the version in which you guess the rule, or the version in which you make the rule. Both versions allow you to use a single circle, two non-overlapping circles, or two overlapping circles.  SEE MORE 14. Zoe's Pet Shelter. Click Image to Enlarge Zoe has to group animals with similar characteristics. This will work best as a whole class activity. Caution! This game never ends! SEE MORE

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