What's Included

  • Steps 1-5: Lay down 3 non identical items but all from the same category give the child the matching items and ask them to sort. Step 6: lay down at least 3 different categories and give the child at least 2 items from each category and ask them to

    Note: Ex. Steps 1-5: Lay down purple red and blue on the table. Give the child 2 purples 2 reds and 2 blues (at least 2) and ask them to sort. Ex. Step 6: on the table is a shoe fork square. Give the ...

  • Present the child with different items that are the same color. In a field of 3, have the child sort them by identical colors.

    Note: Ex. Steps 1-5: Lay down purple red and blue on the table. Give the child 2 purples 2 reds and 2 blues (at least 2) and ask them to sort. Ex. Step 6: on the table is a shoe fork square. Give the ...

  • Present the child with different items that are the same animal. In a field of 3, have the child sort them by identical animals.

    Note: Ex. Steps 1-5: Lay down purple red and blue on the table. Give the child 2 purples 2 reds and 2 blues (at least 2) and ask them to sort. Ex. Step 6: on the table is a shoe fork square. Give the ...

  • Present the child with different items that are the same shape. In a field of 3, have the child sort them by identical shapes.

    Note: Ex. Steps 1-5: Lay down purple red and blue on the table. Give the child 2 purples 2 reds and 2 blues (at least 2) and ask them to sort. Ex. Step 6: on the table is a shoe fork square. Give the ...

  • Present the child with different items that are the same utensil. In a field of 3, have the child sort them by identical utensils.

    Note: Ex. Steps 1-5: Lay down purple red and blue on the table. Give the child 2 purples 2 reds and 2 blues (at least 2) and ask them to sort. Ex. Step 6: on the table is a shoe fork square. Give the ...

  • Present the child with different items that are the same articles of clothing. In a field of 3, have the child sort them by identical articles of clothing.

    Note: Ex. Steps 1-5: Lay down purple red and blue on the table. Give the child 2 purples 2 reds and 2 blues (at least 2) and ask them to sort. Ex. Step 6: on the table is a shoe fork square. Give the ...

  • Present the child with different items that are from different categories. In a field of 3 or more, have the child sort them by identical items from the different categories.

    Note: Ex. Steps 1-5: Lay down purple red and blue on the table. Give the child 2 purples 2 reds and 2 blues (at least 2) and ask them to sort. Ex. Step 6: on the table is a shoe fork square. Give the ...