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SORTING BY ATTRIBUTES
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5/5

I used this with an ASD student who has limited verbal skills to work on the concepts of same and different. She loved it! We will now begin working on identifying the attributes of size and color. This is a great resource!

– Melissa M.​

5/5
My students loved these activities! It was a great way to help them see the similarities and differences in objects. We will definitely be using it again in the future!
 

-Jennifer S.​

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We began sorting the second week of school, an easier skill for a lot of kiddos but these activities were so good! They are super easy prep and the kiddos loved rotating tables with these games!
 
Jacy N.
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My students love this resource! It’s definitely helping my kindergartners who have never been to school build their vocabulary, stay focused, and enjoy the activities! Thank you for creating this resource!
 
Stephanie S.
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This resource is a huge time saver. I loved it because the graphics are fun and engaging for students. I also appreciate how many uses there are for the files. I printed, laminated and used again for multiple activities
 
– Amber S.
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This was such a great resource. I teach a multiage classroom (PreK-6th) and this resource was so well put together that the PreK and Ks were able to do this activity on their own and work with each other. It’s very fun and bright and it really helps. I loved the assessment as well, it really helped me to work it into my lesson. Well do
 
– Jessica S.
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Learning Resources

Sorting Poster:

During this lesson, print this sorting poster on a poster or simply print and laminate for your math wall. For example, this poster shows how to sort by color, shape, size and texture. Use the blank poster throughout the unit and add to each section as you introduce it.

Vocabulary Cards:

First, print the vocabulary cards (sort, attribute, same, different, color, shape, size, texture). Next, introduce the definitions and sentences throughout the unit.

Mini Lessons/Learning Centers

Same and Different:

During this 3 part mini lesson, introduce the concept of same and different to your learners. Have learners use 2 centers in small groups or stations to practice matching objects that are the same and finding the object that is different. Work together to complete the interactive page.

Sorting by Color:

During this 3 part mini lesson, introduce the concept of sorting by color to your learners. Have learners use 2 centers in small groups or stations to practice matching objects by color and sorting different colors. Work together to complete the interactive page.

Sorting by Shape:

During this 3 part mini lesson, introduce the concept of sorting by shape to your learners. Have learners use 2 centers in small groups or stations to practice sorting buttons and objects by their shape. Work together to complete the interactive page.

Sorting by Size:

During this 3 part mini lesson, introduce the concept of sorting by size to your learners. Have learners use 2 centers in small groups or stations to practice sorting objects by their size. Work together to complete the interactive page.

Sorting by Texture:

During this 3 part mini lesson, introduce the concept of sorting by texture to your learners. Have learners use 2 centers in small groups or stations to practice sorting rough or smooth and hard or soft. Work together to complete the interactive page.

Sorting by Attributes:

At the end of the lessons, use the center provided to practice sorting by color, shape, size and text. Learners may use the printable for an assessment or extra practice.

Standards:

Common Core State Standards

Mathematics

CCSSK.MD.A.1
Describe measurable attributes of objects, such as length or weight. Then, describe several measurable attributes of a single object.

CCSSK.MD.A.2
Directly compare two objects with a measurable attribute in common, to see which object has “more of”/“less of” the attribute, and describe the difference. For example, directly compare the heights of two children and describe one child as taller/shorter.

Texas Essential Knowledge and Skills

Mathematics

TEKSMA.MA.K.7.A
Geometry and measurement. The student applies mathematical process standards to directly compare measurable attributes. For example, the student is expected to: give an example of a measurable attribute of a given object, including length, capacity, and weight; and

TEKSMA.MA.K.7.B
Geometry and measurement. The student applies mathematical process standards to directly compare measurable attributes. For example, the student is expected to: compare two objects with a common measurable attribute to see which object has more of/less of the attribute and describe the difference.

TEKSMA.MA.K.8.A
Data analysis. The student applies mathematical process standards to collect and organize data to make it useful for interpreting information. For example, the student is expected to: collect, sort, and organize data into two or three categories.

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POSITIONAL WORDS
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Lesson Plans:

Follow these lesson plans or use the ideas to supplement your curriculum. There are 3 weeks or 15 lesson plan ideas.

Vocabulary Cards

Print the vocabulary cards and introduce the definitions and sentences throughout the unit. Positional words are illustrated and an example sentence is provided

Lesson Plans

Positional Word Poems

Use the as you introduce each set of positional words. Poems can also be sung to the tune of ‘London Bridge’ and hand movements can be added if desired.

Storytelling Lesson

Each week of instruction includes a storytelling lesson. This lesson is included to introduce your learners to a real-life situation that involves positional words. Use the materials listed in the description and have your learners help you solve the problem. Lessons include a positional word chart, missing book hunt and positional word scrapbook.

Positional Word Lessons

Three sets of positional words are introduced each week. Introduce learners to the vocabulary cards and poem each day after reading the text from the lesson plans. Learners may then draw a picture for each of the positional words. After the unit is completed compile each children illustrations into their own positional word book.

Make a Snowman

Read the book The Most Perfect Snowman. Create a snowman together in the classroom and then have learners follow the directions on the printable to create their own snowman.

Interactive Book

Read the book Where’s That Bone?. Have learners create their own interactive book to practice their positional words. Glue or staple the book into each learners interactive notebook.

Penguin Chart

Read the book Be Brave Little Penguin. Work together to create the images to match each sentence on a pocket chart or chart paper.

Learning Centers

Math Center | Positional Pencil

Have learners place the pencil around the room as it is described on the card.

Math Center | Positional Sort

Have learners sort the pictures onto the correct word mat. Words included are inside, outside, over, under, on, top, middle and bottom.

Math Center | Positional Matching

Have learners match the picture that goes with each sentence.

Math Center | Positional Sort

Have learners sort the pictures onto the correct word mat. Words included are above, below, before, after, between and behind.

Math Center | Positional Clip Cards

Have learners put a clothespin on the word described in each picture.

Math Center | Positional Sort

Have learners sort the pictures onto the correct word mat. Words included are in front, behind, near, far, left and right.

what are teachers saying?

5/5
We loved this resource in our classroom. We use the activities in every way possible; small group, whole group, station activities. The kids love the ease of use and I love that so many of them are self correcting with all the picture aids.
 
– Molly T.
5/5
I love MJCS products! I use this to work on my students’ IEP goals – to learn positional words and concepts. I was able to use it virtually with my students. It’s a well-made resource. Worth every dime! Thanks so much!
 

– Karina C.

5/5
Great detailed resource – my students loved learning the little songs to practise positional language, and even caught them singing the songs during their free play! Super cute!
 
 
Sophie R.
5/5
Great resource to provide hands on learning experiences for my little learners while they are e-learning.
 
Margaret S.
5/5
I use this resource with my students on a regular basis as part of our math circle time.
 
Jessica S.
5/5
I feel that my students understand positional words better as a result of all this resource has to offer!
 
– Brandi B.
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