Sorting Objects

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15 minutes

Students will have several objects of different colors that they can sort into groups of colors: All blue, all green, all white, and others.


Sort colors
Discriminate between the different colors
Group colors

Materials Needed

Small objects of the same color and different colors


First, you need to pass out the various objects to each child. They need to have different colors, but more than one of each color. Then, you have the children sort the various colors, so that all of the blues are in one group, and so on.


Praise them for sorting the colors correctly.

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